I think, objective reality as reality existing independently of observer does not exist. To imagine this better we have to turn on abstract thinking . If our world (or another) can be described by math, and there are no reasons to think opposite, then OR is indeed Nothing because any mathematical equation can be reduced to zero. And this is Observer (imagine a non-zero variable) that by its mere existance becomes Point of perseption of Nothing so that Nothing (objective reality) becomes Something (subjective reality) for that observer. And we can go futher in our crazy logic and suppose that if Something exists in general - this is because the corresponding Observer exists that perceives it. So nothing cannot exist by itself. In case of our world Ourself is Observer and the universe is Subjective Reality.
the essence of mathematics DEPENDS on the object existing in the first place
the thing is though , the essence of mathematics DEPENDS on the object existing in the first place
Mathematics does not describe an objective world.
Honestly, I am uncertain how far we can actually take it.
This is from wiki:
In quantum mechanics, wave function collapse is the phenomenon in which a wave function—initially in a superposition of several different possible eigenstates—appears to reduce to a single one of those states after interaction with an observer. In simplified terms, it is the reduction of the physical possibilities into a single possibility as seen by an observer.
The way I understand it, physical matter is superpositions that are reduced to a definite state, something that apparently requires an audience to happen.
Which raises the question of how physical matter could happen so that there was something for life to happen with, and somewhere for consciousness to grow, resulting in conscious observers.
It is not an overly troublesome issue, but I think its very entertaining to think on it.
Eh... Any life form that has a physical body exists both on the macro and micro level. Just because we percieve life at a macrocosmic level doesn't mean it doesn't happen at the sub atomic level. It does. The brain, for instance, operates on sub atomic scales.