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Offline AndroidNeox

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Relativity requires "non-simultaneity"
Action-at-a-Distance requires simultaneity

Either Special Relativity is wrong at its core (universality combined with constant c make for non-simultaneity) or Action-at-a-Distance is the wrong interpretation for entanglement.

Multiverse models can provide consistent and local interpretations. Why are they not considered worth consideration?
« Last Edit: 15/12/2015 08:19:44 by chris »


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