MIles Mathis on Quantum Entanglement


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http://milesmathis.com/entang.html

"The fairly obvious answer is that their first postulate was wrong. They assumed that there was no reality under the probability numbers, but entanglement showed that there was. Just look at the Wiki quote again: the whole problem is between their postulate and the outcome of the experiment. Faced with a contrary experimental outcome, a sensible person would admit his postulate was wrong, but that is not the way of modern physics. Physicists cannot admit they were wrong. So, in order to keep their postulate, they stoop to this force-at-a-distance magic."

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"The fairly obvious answer is that their first postulate was wrong. They assumed that there was no reality under the probability numbers, but entanglement showed that there was. Just look at the Wiki quote again: the whole problem is between their postulate and the outcome of the experiment. Faced with a contrary experimental outcome, a sensible person would admit his postulate was wrong, but that is not the way of modern physics. Physicists cannot admit they were wrong. So, in order to keep their postulate, they stoop to this force-at-a-distance magic."

Experiments demonstrating the failure of Bell's Inequalities have been done hundreds of times now. Locality is falsified.

As to your "explanation".. Kindly show the math.

Ba'al Chatzf

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"The fairly obvious answer is that their first postulate was wrong. They assumed that there was no reality under the probability numbers, but entanglement showed that there was. Just look at the Wiki quote again: the whole problem is between their postulate and the outcome of the experiment. Faced with a contrary experimental outcome, a sensible person would admit his postulate was wrong, but that is not the way of modern physics. Physicists cannot admit they were wrong. So, in order to keep their postulate, they stoop to this force-at-a-distance magic."

From your link:

"If they have the same periods of rotation, then after any time, they will still be opposite, without any communication between them."

J.S. Bell's proof requires supraluminal communication between particles to satisfy the minimum requirements for QM to exist in mechanical hidden variables models. de Broglie-Bohm QM is one such mechanical model which satisfies Bell's requirements. The work of Gregory S. Duane further outlines the properties of entanglement in mechanical QM models.

Dennis May

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