Quantum Entanglement & Einstein's Spooky Action at a Distance Explained: The Foundational Physics of Quantum Mechanics' Nonlocality & Probability: The Nonlocality of the Fourth Expanding Dimension

Quantum Entanglement Einstein s Spooky Action at a Distance Explained The Foundational Physics of Quantum Mechanics Nonlocality Probability The Nonlocality of the Fourth Expanding Dimension THE FOUNDATIONAL PHYSICAL REALITY UNDERLYING QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT REVEALED More intellectual curiosity versatility and yen for physics than Elliot McGucken s I have never seen in any senior or gradua

  • Title: Quantum Entanglement & Einstein's Spooky Action at a Distance Explained: The Foundational Physics of Quantum Mechanics' Nonlocality & Probability: The Nonlocality of the Fourth Expanding Dimension
  • Author: Elliot McGucken
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  • Page: 284
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THE FOUNDATIONAL PHYSICAL REALITY UNDERLYING QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT REVEALED More intellectual curiosity, versatility and yen for physics than Elliot McGucken s I have never seen in any senior or graduate student Originality, powerful motivation, and a can do spirit make me think that McGucken is a top bet Dr John Archibald Wheeler, Princeton University s Joseph HeTHE FOUNDATIONAL PHYSICAL REALITY UNDERLYING QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT REVEALED More intellectual curiosity, versatility and yen for physics than Elliot McGucken s I have never seen in any senior or graduate student Originality, powerful motivation, and a can do spirit make me think that McGucken is a top bet Dr John Archibald Wheeler, Princeton University s Joseph Henry Professor of Physics There exist many excellent books on Quantum Entanglement, but so far, none of them have presented a physical means nor mechanism accounting for quantum entanglement What is quantum entanglement Why is entaglement How is quantum entanglement All these questions, and many banished ones, are asked and answered in this revolutionary book which humbles itself before the giants of the quantum ranging from Planck, to Einstein, to Bohr, to Schrodinger, to Heisenberg, to Dirac, to Feynman How is it, exactly, that two photons sharing a common origin can yet remain entangled no matter how far apart they travel How can two photons separated by width of our galaxy yet be connected in such a manner so that measuring one of them instantaneously influences the other While no useful information can yet be transferred faster than the velocity of light, both quantum theory and dozens quantum experiments now exalt the physical effect of entanglement s instantaneous influence which travels faster than light How can this be What is the deeper source of entanglement What is the physical mechanism underlying quantum nonlocality What foundational physical reality exalts entanglement Dr E turns towards his undergraduate days working with the Noble J.A Wheeler and Nobel Laureate Joseph Taylor, and he invokes the geometry a fourth dimension expanding at the rate of c relative to the three spatial dimensions The expansion distributes locality into nonlocality, so that even as two photons travel apart from a common origin, they yet remain entangled as they share a common locality exalted by the fourth expanding dimension At long last, a physical mechanism is presented which accounts for quantum nonlocality and entanglement And it turns out that this very same physical mechanism of a fourth expanding dimension also accounts for special and general relativity, time and all its arrows and asymmetries, and the second law of thermodynamics, as well as quantum probability, which walks hand in hand with quantum nonlocality and entanglement Albert Einstein A theory is the impressive the greater is the simplicity of its premises dx4 dt ic , the different are the kinds of things it relates relativity, the quantum, time, dark matter, dark energy, entanglement and the extended the range of its applicability Sir Isaac Newton Truth is ever to be found in simplicity dx4 dt ic , and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things string theory s 40 dimensions, multiverse mania Albert Einstein Any intelligent fool can make things bigger the multiverse , complex the string theorists landscape , and violent the multiverse televangelist s violence against simple Truth and Beauty It takes a touch of genius and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction dx4 dt ic Recently the LIGO VIRGO collaboration detected the existence of gravitational waves, thusly affirming Einstein s predictions that the geometry of the space time dimensions could bend, curve, and move Einstein s general relativity showed that space time was not just a stage, but that it was part of the performance, as it too could move in arbitrary manners.

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    1. This is the first time I've written a review. This book is totally useless. It is mostly the author saying how great he is, while repeating quotes actual scientists have made concerning physics. This is literally the first book (of over 150) that I downloaded to my Kindle that I gave up on reading--I got to about 20% through and couldn't take it any more. I then looked up the author on , and found that they deleted his entry. It is not worth the time to download.

    2. Interesting new theory presented via a well-told story. Author was inspired by the successful physicists of yore, such as Feynman, Einstein, and Newton who actually advanced physics. The one quote that stuck with me was Max Born stating that physicists must make models of the world based on observation, and that is the theme of the book, where the model of a fourth expanding dimension begets quantum nonlocality and thus entanglement. Reading his other book on time and its arrows, which are also [...]

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