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**New Theories / Re: What is inside a black hole? or MC Squared theory.**

« **on:**06/02/2021 17:50:58 »

Entanglement is a proof that the Universe is finite. The discrepancies between observation and the calculated value of the vacuum energy is caused by the inclusion of extra imaginary particles. The unitarity of the wave function includes all particles of the Universe in an entanglement summation which is always equal to one for the particles considered with all its external relations. For example, two electrons may only be maximally entangled at 1/2 or if you prefer, 50%, meaning there is a leftover of 50% of entanglement with all other particles in the Universe which conserves unitarity, energy and momentum.

When a measure is done, the position of the detector influences the result because the measured particle becomes highly entangled with it. When the detector is at 90 degrees from the maximally 50% entangled dual relation you only measure some of the 50% leftover of the rest of the Universe! In the perfect cases, the detectors entanglement enhances the measurement by a factor of 2, from 25% when both detectors are perpendicular to each other up to 50% when they are aligned or anti-aligned (from 25%+25% up to 50%+50%). More on that later. Just remember that entanglement relations depend on the distance. As both particles approach the detectors, the detectors become entangled with the particles from the bottom up, keeping the maximally entangled dual relation of both particles intact until they reach the detectors, assuming sufficient starting distances for a valid approximation of the detectors at infinity from the particles to get an enhancement factor of two. Thus, if everything is aligned or anti-aligned the leftover becomes insignificant compared to the detectors relations with the system. The detectors have consumed most of the 50% bottom relations and the leftover is insignificant and you get what appears to be a 100% entanglement relation between both particles though it is just 50% in reality.

The increase in entropy is not fundamental. Every Planck time, new connections are formed as the Universe expands and more particles are created, that's all. It is still limited by the speed of light. The entropy is the number of degrees of freedom. This allows the increase in complexity and the evolution of life... The brain seems to be a natural extension.

When a measure is done, the position of the detector influences the result because the measured particle becomes highly entangled with it. When the detector is at 90 degrees from the maximally 50% entangled dual relation you only measure some of the 50% leftover of the rest of the Universe! In the perfect cases, the detectors entanglement enhances the measurement by a factor of 2, from 25% when both detectors are perpendicular to each other up to 50% when they are aligned or anti-aligned (from 25%+25% up to 50%+50%). More on that later. Just remember that entanglement relations depend on the distance. As both particles approach the detectors, the detectors become entangled with the particles from the bottom up, keeping the maximally entangled dual relation of both particles intact until they reach the detectors, assuming sufficient starting distances for a valid approximation of the detectors at infinity from the particles to get an enhancement factor of two. Thus, if everything is aligned or anti-aligned the leftover becomes insignificant compared to the detectors relations with the system. The detectors have consumed most of the 50% bottom relations and the leftover is insignificant and you get what appears to be a 100% entanglement relation between both particles though it is just 50% in reality.

The increase in entropy is not fundamental. Every Planck time, new connections are formed as the Universe expands and more particles are created, that's all. It is still limited by the speed of light. The entropy is the number of degrees of freedom. This allows the increase in complexity and the evolution of life... The brain seems to be a natural extension.

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