J Mac Seeking a Pupil

None of that is part of quantum mechanics.

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Quantum entanglement does not violate special relativity. No time only expands outwards at one second per one second just like the expansion of the three dimensions of space. You mention the double slit experiment and the collapse of the wave function. This is only one of many interpretations of the double slit experiment. You are very lacking in your knowledge of quantum mechanics.

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You even couldn’t Google or Wiki it? I did an OP on this at TSZ…Check it out:

http://theskepticalzone.com/wp/does-quantum-entanglement-violate-relativity/

I did an OP on this at TSZ.

http://theskepticalzone.com/wp/does-quantum-entanglement-violate-relativity/

Here is the link to the article:

Chinese physicists measure speed of Einstein’s ‘spooky action at a distance’: At least 10,000 times faster than light

The next step is to send information faster than the speed of light via entanglement, if it has not been done yet…

And you are wrong. No Nobel Prize for you. But keep working on it, as I see a future for you as Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Irreproducible Results.

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The latest results superseded your previous post:

And no, special relativity is not violated and no, the next step **isn’**t sending information faster than the speed of light via entanglement.

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I’m not saying I’m right… I’m just referring to the experimental evidence that violates special THEORY of relatively…
OMG! I totally forgot…You believe that there are other ways of doing “real science” other than experiments…
How many Nobel Prizes have been awarded to speculative scientists? You still have a chance… lol

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Obviously, there is always an alternative explanation that such things as time, distance, do not matter, or do not exist on subatomic level…
This theory could explain some QM seemingly paradoxical observations… Trying to prove them would be a challenge… but hey! What’s speculative science for?:wink:

Don’t ever say that someone is wrong when you are speculating…
This tells me that your idea of science is limited to your, unfounded, preconceived speculations… This pretty much means you’re a waste of time like your buddy Steve who couldn’t even care to look up what QM entails…

You spoke to Him?

@J_Mac

Why would God, outside of All Time, do anything longer than just an instant?

Well, you are not right, you don’t have your facts straight. There is no experimental evidence that violates SR.

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You are not doing speculative science or any science as you don’t seem to have a good grasp on the science at all.

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Why not?

The only one wasting time is you.

Well, I could have, but instead I got a PhD in particle physics and spent ten years publishing papers on quantum mechanical systems. QM, including entanglement, is fully compatible with special relativity.

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Slacker!

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@patrick and @J_Mac, the student has become the teacher.

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Grasshopper!

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Reading this blast-from-the-past involving @J_Mac leads me to think that we need one of those “Where are they now?” features. (It could answer all of our burning questions, such as “Did J_Mac ever find a pupil?”)

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