Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: Does quantum entanglement allow instantaneous information transfer?« on: 25/04/2018 22:23:07 »
Yes, so what we call particles are fields that behave in a certain way, they interfere, interact, create waves and have an identity as a individual system. There is another thing I was wondering. They say the fields collapse to a single definite position and in QM for a particle when we apply the position operator we get a single position. In my opinion it is not quite like that. Here is some basic description. There is no way of designing some apparatus to determine an exact position. So I would say the fields simply interact with each other during a collapse, say a photon is absorbed by an electron. The photon field continues further as embeded into the electron field. This hapens at a moment of time an throughout all the space the fields occupied(which is the whole universe). Hence there is no definite position of interaction. When we detect something those positions are regions where the fields are stronger. And there is also the problem of time. How does it happen, at a single moment of time? This is another issue in my opinion.
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