@article{Schmieke_2022, title={Bohm´s Super Implicate Order and the Quantum Zeno Effect}, volume={19}, url={http://dsiij.dsvv.ac.in/index.php/dsiij/article/view/241}, DOI={10.36018/dsiij.v19i.241}, abstractNote={<p>David Bohm extended his model of quantum mechanics to include super implicate orders that can be iterated an infinite number of times. With each implication step, the measure of wholeness increases, which is introduced here as an additional dimension x<sub>5</sub>. The sum total of the time as well as the energy intervals of the single steps should be finite, from which a quantum Zeno effect can be derived. This could lead to the fact that the objects of higher-order levels, like collective psychic, archetypal and spiritual contents as well as mathematics, logic, and natural laws are strongly slowed down in their evolution.</p>}, journal={Dev Sanskriti Interdisciplinary International Journal}, author={Schmieke, Marcus}, year={2022}, month={Jan.}, pages={01–10} }