WARNING: Do Not Read This Unless Your Hobby is Quantum Physics (QPs) or You Want a Headache. I wrote this for myself, which is what I do a lot, to help me better learn and understand what I study. This encompasses many aspects of (QPs), more specifically quantum mechanics, which is basically (QPs) but in a slightly more specific area, with the sixth extinction. I believe that electrons as well as individual humans, groups of humans, and all life on Earth, for that matter, are part of a quantum system and can become entangled in a cooperative manner. It starts with the individual, resonating with a frequency of love, gratitude, harmony, and cooperation. Like attracts like, and if enough individuals and their electrons entangle, the result would be collective cooperation.

Change your mindset, you change the individual and you change the world.

Quantum Systems and its Relevance to Humans and The Sixth Extinction

Our individual, as well as our collective consciousness, helps to sculpt not only our life experiences but how we function biologically – independent of our light habits, sleep, exercise, and diet… Quantum systems are more efficient and robust when they exhibit cooperative behavior, rather than competitive behavior – just like humans and all life on Earth. That said, we are moving away from cooperation into a state of chronic competitiveness and chaos. This is leading us full-steam into the sixth extinction.

Quantum systems are at the heart of the behavior of matter and life on Earth, from the smallest particles to the complex processes of biological systems. At the quantum level, the behavior of electrons within atoms, molecules, and chemical reactions is characterized by quantum coherence, entanglement, and quantum tunneling, which can result in both conflicting as well as harmonious and cooperative outcomes.

The observer effect, which describes the interaction between the observer and the quantum system, can also be influenced by quantum coherence and entanglement. When a single observer interacts with a quantum system, the system can become disturbed and its state altered, potentially leading to conflicting outcomes. However, when multiple observers are involved, their entanglement with the system can result in a cooperative effect that enhances coherence and reduces the effects of measurement disturbances. This can lead to harmonious outcomes, such as the efficient transfer of energy in photosynthesis, which is essential for the existence of all life on Earth. Overall, the complex interplay of quantum coherence, entanglement, tunneling, and the observer effect provides a fascinating insight into the nature of reality at the quantum level and the role of quantum systems in the behavior of matter and life.

The Sixth Extinction:

The sixth extinction refers to an ongoing mass extinction event, also known as the Holocene extinction, that is currently taking place on Earth. It is called the sixth extinction because it is the sixth time in Earth’s history that a significant portion of its biodiversity has been lost, and it is the first extinction event to be primarily caused by human activities.

The sixth extinction is a symptom of a larger problem related to the shift from cooperation to competition among humans. As societies have become more complex, the demand for resources has increased, leading to a competitive mindset that prioritizes short-term gains over long-term sustainability. This competitive mindset has resulted in the overexploitation of natural resources, the destruction of habitats, and the release of pollutants into the environment, all of which contribute to the loss of biodiversity and the sixth extinction. The shift towards competition has also led to a disconnection from nature, which has made it easier for humans to prioritize their own interests over their own health (chronic mitochondrial decay), the health of ecosystems, and the species that inhabit them. However, by recognizing the importance of cooperation and interdependence, we can work towards a more sustainable and equitable future for all, one that prioritizes the health of the planet, and the health and well-being of all its inhabitants. The sixth extinction should be seen as a warning sign of the dangers of the competitive mindset and a call to action to work towards a more collaborative and cooperative approach to managing our resources and the environment.


Cooperation is a crucial component needed in reversing the sixth extinction and achieving a more sustainable future. This is true not only at the macro level, where international agreements and community-based initiatives are necessary to address the root causes of environmental degradation but also at the quantum level, where cooperative behavior, coherence, and entanglement can lead to more efficient and robust systems as well as ecosystems. By working together towards common goals and prioritizing the health and well-being of the planet and its inhabitants, we can create a more equitable and just society that values the long-term health of ecosystems and every one of its unique and indispensable species. Ultimately, cooperation is a key tool that we can use to avoid moving further into the sixth extinction and create a more sustainable and resilient future for all life on the planet we call Earth.

Sculpted By Light, Killed By Our Choices