Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: How does quantum entanglement allow instantaneous information transfer?« on: 12/04/2018 17:48:56 »
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As part of the original OP I stated that a photon does not experience time or distance. Could all points in space be connected via another unfolded dimension. When asking this I am very loosely drawing on M theories membrane of space which all the strings are connected to, foreshortening of distance suggested by relativity, various Quantum theories, and a few wild ideas. I may be drawing the wrong conclusions.
Possibly we don’t need extra dimensions. Could it be that David Bohm was there way ahead of us? In his reasoning about the “implicate order”, a quon on one side of the Universe is the quon on the other side, and is everything in between as well.
The entanglement we perceive, and the apparent transfer of information, equates to an interpretation of Bohm’s “explicate order”. It is the 3+1-dimensional shadow of the underlying infinite reality.
Viewed in this context, "spooky action at a distance" is no longer either “spooky” nor is it “action at a distance”.
A measurement is simply the translation of infinite quantum reality, which we cannot see directly, into our limited perception of reality.
Is it surprising that it looks weird?
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