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Entanglement, an explanation?

Entanglement, an explanation?

(5:57) At the quantum level entanglement is real, but its implications are mind blowing. This is a possible explanation from John Bell, the scientist who proved that Einstein was wrong - that entanglement is not "spooky action at a distance".
Arvin Ash YT channel Jan 2019

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iknowlessthanyoudo iknowlessthanyoudo (142 days ago)

Quantum entanglement is due to connections between particles in a yet to be identified dimension.  Super determinism can be easily debunked through experimentation.  We have all experienced situations where our thoughts appear mysteriously ent angled with the thoughts of others using the same yet to be identified dimension.

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Quantum entanglement is due to connections between particles in a yet to be identified dimension.  Super determinism can be easily debunked through experimentation.  We have all experienced situations where our thoughts appear mysteriously ent angled with the thoughts of others using the same yet to be identified dimension.

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TheBob TheBob (141 days ago)

How can super determinism be debunked through experimentation? I'm not saying it can't, I'm just curious.

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How can super determinism be debunked through experimentation? I'm not saying it can't, I'm just curious.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (141 days ago)
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I'm not sure it can be. Isn't it like trying to prove god didn't create everything 10 seconds ago?

Time slows down the faster you go, and at the speed of light, it stops. So surely the distance between entangled particles doesn't exist at the speed of light, because distance is how much time it takes to go between A and B. And time has stopped.

Then my head exploded.

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I'm not sure it can be. Isn't it like trying to prove god didn't create everything 10 seconds ago?

Time slows down the faster you go, and at the speed of light, it stops. So surely the distance between entangled particles doesn't exist at the speed of light, because distance is how much time it takes to go between A and B. And time has stopped.

Then my head exploded.

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