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entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how

 
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entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how
this is scientific fact, not theory, two objects can be entangled together no matter how far apart and when you look at one object you automatically have the information about the other object. think of entanglement as linking two objects logically over any distance required and not physically where the two objects would have to reside side by side.

so basically, there is some type of time space distortion that the scientists can't figure out yet, because looking at one object immediately tells you about the second that is located at an nth (infinite) distance. there are theories as to how it works, but they really don't understand how or why.

i have never seen any published work as to how the scientist create the entanglement. the scientist use some type of method to create the entanglement of objects. it can be more than two objects entangled and my guess is that it can be an infinite amount of objects.

one of the applications that they are experimenting with and have success with (but only at a distance of 10 meters) is being worked as a method for computer encryption. but that work is a variation, as they have to measure the spin on the object in order to calculate the unique number from the spin and entangle the next object by using the previous spin number and until it reaches the end of the destination. between starting point a and end point b, the unique spin number of an object is used to identify itself and when looking at that object you can entangle another object and measure that unique spin until you arrive at point b. then going from point b back to point a, the path is already determined because you have an unique number for each object identified from the initial path. its like making a chain from links in a way.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

see, science is a good thing not bad.
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Re: entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
thats the link, wiki explains entanglement in detail
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Re: entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how
are you male or female OP?
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Re: entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how
this is scientific fact, not theory, two objects can be entangled together no matter how far apart and when you look at one object you automatically have the information about the other object. think of entanglement as linking two objects logically over any distance required and not physically where the two objects would have to reside side by side.

so basically, there is some type of time space distortion that the scientists can't figure out yet, because looking at one object immediately tells you about the second that is located at an nth (infinite) distance. there are theories as to how it works, but they really don't understand how or why.

i have never seen any published work as to how the scientist create the entanglement. the scientist use some type of method to create the entanglement of objects. it can be more than two objects entangled and my guess is that it can be an infinite amount of objects.

one of the applications that they are experimenting with and have success with (but only at a distance of 10 meters) is being worked as a method for computer encryption. but that work is a variation, as they have to measure the spin on the object in order to calculate the unique number from the spin and entangle the next object by using the previous spin number and until it reaches the end of the destination. between starting point a and end point b, the unique spin number of an object is used to identify itself and when looking at that object you can entangle another object and measure that unique spin until you arrive at point b. then going from point b back to point a, the path is already determined because you have an unique number for each object identified from the initial path. its like making a chain from links in a way.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

see, science is a good thing not bad.
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g damnit they stole my idea. I once called in a science show about this. It is called Bell's theorem. I saw it on discovery or tlc way back its the episode dealing with quantum mechanics they had a pool table in it. Anyway they said you could move on particle and the other would move. My idea was to talk audio or video and encode in into binary the have 1 be up and 0 be down now you have a link that will work anywhere this was when cellphones didnt work well in tunnels you could bring it to the sahara desert have no satellites or cell towers and have a clear link to the other particle. Anyway the phd or dr said it was a dumb idea and wouldn't work. Well whatever.
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Re: entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how
are you male or female OP?
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i'm female. curious as to why you asked?
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Re: entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how
this is scientific fact, not theory, two objects can be entangled together no matter how far apart and when you look at one object you automatically have the information about the other object. think of entanglement as linking two objects logically over any distance required and not physically where the two objects would have to reside side by side.

so basically, there is some type of time space distortion that the scientists can't figure out yet, because looking at one object immediately tells you about the second that is located at an nth (infinite) distance. there are theories as to how it works, but they really don't understand how or why.

i have never seen any published work as to how the scientist create the entanglement. the scientist use some type of method to create the entanglement of objects. it can be more than two objects entangled and my guess is that it can be an infinite amount of objects.

one of the applications that they are experimenting with and have success with (but only at a distance of 10 meters) is being worked as a method for computer encryption. but that work is a variation, as they have to measure the spin on the object in order to calculate the unique number from the spin and entangle the next object by using the previous spin number and until it reaches the end of the destination. between starting point a and end point b, the unique spin number of an object is used to identify itself and when looking at that object you can entangle another object and measure that unique spin until you arrive at point b. then going from point b back to point a, the path is already determined because you have an unique number for each object identified from the initial path. its like making a chain from links in a way.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

see, science is a good thing not bad.


g damnit they stole my idea. I once called in a science show about this. It is called Bell's theorem. I saw it on discovery or tlc way back its the episode dealing with quantum mechanics they had a pool table in it. Anyway they said you could move on particle and the other would move. My idea was to talk audio or video and encode in into binary the have 1 be up and 0 be down now you have a link that will work anywhere this was when cellphones didnt work well in tunnels you could bring it to the sahara desert have no satellites or cell towers and have a clear link to the other particle. Anyway the phd or dr said it was a dumb idea and wouldn't work. Well whatever.
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well, i guess the phd meant that they can't make it work like that now because as one object is entagled with the other, there is no way for scientists to pass on data to one object from another. even though there has to be data based between the objects or else when you viewed one you wouldn't get any information about the other object.

the scientists really don't understand how entanglement works and so far hasn't found away to pass data. in the case of your cell phone, the carrier signal or voice data cannot be passed to the destination object.

i really wish they would give a generalized idea of how they entangle two objects. it seems like black magic! but of course it is just science.

i don't think your idea is silly, the tech is just not there yet and will probably take a couple of life times before it can be.

remember, someone had to laugh at the pet rock or chia plant but someone still became a millionaire by selling the product.
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Re: entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how
Matter is the manifestation of a universal (cosmic) consciousness that exists outside of space-time. When a particle of matter interacts with an entangled particle, which exists in a supposition of quantum states, changes in the information about that particle stored in the database of the universal consciousness is instantaneously recorded and the rest of the database (which includes information about the particle entangles with it) is updated because that information exists not in a space-time that limits its speed of transmission to the speed of light ('explicate reality') but outside it in the universal consciousness field that pervades the 'implicate reality' conceived by physicist David Bohm.

In other words, the phenomenon of quantum entanglement points towards the existence of a higher order of reality that transcends the limitations imposed on matter by the laws of physics. It is NOT ultimate reality but the last of a set of intermediate stages of the descent of the Divine Will into physical matter. There are 84 of these, with a further seven stages generating the 26-dimensional space-time predicted by string theory. The phenomenon of quantum entanglement will never be understood in terms of a physical mechanism. Physics will have to extend the notion of reality.
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Re: entanglement - time space distortion that works, they just don't know why or how
Matter is the manifestation of a universal (cosmic) consciousness that exists outside of space-time. When a particle of matter interacts with an entangled particle, which exists in a supposition of quantum states, changes in the information about that particle stored in the database of the universal consciousness is instantaneously recorded and the rest of the database (which includes information about the particle entangles with it) is updated because that information exists not in a space-time that limits its speed of transmission to the speed of light ('explicate reality') but outside it in the universal consciousness field that pervades the 'implicate reality' conceived by physicist David Bohm.

In other words, the phenomenon of quantum entanglement points towards the existence of a higher order of reality that transcends the limitations imposed on matter by the laws of physics. It is NOT ultimate reality but the last of a set of intermediate stages of the descent of the Divine Will into physical matter. There are 84 of these, with a further seven stages generating the 26-dimensional space-time predicted by string theory. The phenomenon of quantum entanglement will never be understood in terms of a physical mechanism. Physics will have to extend the notion of reality.
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thanks for your response, what you wrote is very interesting.





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