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Kentucker
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Cincinnati, KY
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re: Quantum Entanglement
Well, the last word on entanglement is not in and to argue otherwise is ludicrous. Your link seems to argue that entanglement is useful even if it isn’t FTL.

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The most popular example of entanglement is known as the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) experiment.


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The Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen paradox is a thought experiment proposed by physicists Albert Einstein, Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen, with which they argued that the description of physical reality provided by quantum mechanics was incomplete.


You will never get me to argue against Einstein and relativity. There has never been a successful challenge to any of his works. But not all physicists think that general relativity is the last word on gravity or that special relativity states all that can be known about the speed of light. Even Einstein would not have been so arrogant to say that more can’t be learned.

So, there’s no need to white knight for him or his theories. He’s dead but his works are indestructible and can only be built upon. All we can do in simple discussion forums such as this one is to have some fun speculating about the most recent discoveries in quantum physics. There’s no need to be angry or combative.

There was a great thread in the OT Lounge recently about artificial gravity until one of the participants got so angry that discussion with him became unpleasant. Do you think anything resembling artificial gravity, other than constant acceleration, is possible?





Hailstate15
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re: Quantum Entanglement
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This is a giant step towards using entanglement at our macroscopic level. It offers promise for instant communication across any distance.

Speculating even further, entanglement might be fundamental in nature. If we can determine that objects which are formed at the same time, such as stars and their solar systems, are entangled we may be able to transport things between them via quantum tunneling.

It’s logical to think that what applies in the quantum world can be scaled to the macroscopic world. It’s spooky but it’s natural.



Explain this to me like I am a 4 year old


Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
Cincinnati, KY
Member since Apr 2013
16017 posts

re: Quantum Entanglement
These men can do a much better job explaining entanglement than I can. The videos aren’t very long and just offer the basics. Watch the last one first to give you some idea of the nature of duality. A particle can exist both as a wave and a particle. It’s presented by my favorite scientist, Jim Al-khalili.

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Miznoz
Missouri Fan
St. Louis
Member since Dec 2018
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re: Quantum Entanglement
You're a fricking retard Kentucker. I'm not gonna argue with retards.


Kentucker
Kentucky Fan
Cincinnati, KY
Member since Apr 2013
16017 posts

re: Quantum Entanglement
It’s probably best that you don’t argue with anyone. Hotheads such as you get shot too often because they can’t be civil.


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Commander Data
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re: Quantum Entanglement
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You're a fricking retard Kentucker. I'm not gonna argue with retards


Attack the contents of his post. Do not attack the poster. Don't be a douche.


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