|Jun25-11, 12:40 PM||#1|
Can/do relativistic effects explain select quantum "phenomena"
Can/do relativistic effects explain select quantum "phenomena"?
A photon (a mass less "particle" that travels at the speed of light) experiences space-time in a different manner.
A photon does not experience time.
Would the sun and earth, for example, seem, in a sense, joined for the photon?
There is our frame of reference and the other is from the photons' view.
Does the photon, in a sense, travel outside space-time when not interacting with any matter-energy?
Does the photon length, in a sense, equal infinity? (from the length/time dilation, Lorentz transformation, equations)
Can quantum entanglement be explained by relativistic effects?
|Jun25-11, 05:20 PM||#2|
|Jun25-11, 08:49 PM||#3|
just a thought
from viewpoint of us (i.e. our frame of reference), there is distance between the entangled twins and is equal to the distance we separated them by
from the viewpoint of the photon, there is no distance between the entangled twins (length traveled is zero)
does this, in some sense, explain instantaneous effects in quantum entanglement?
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