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  1. danielhaish

    I What would happen if something would go immediately from point a to b

    assume that the clock in location A is ticking 3 times while the clock in location B is ticking 5 times ,then someone in location A press on "send signal button" after three ticks , then signal arrive to point B after zero time and it go through point A and B only it like it teleportation then...
  2. danielhaish

    I What would happen if something would go immediately from point a to b

    but I am wondering why ,I understand that when the single is traveling in speed that twice bigger then light or something like that , but if it going immediately from point a to b isn't going back in time for zero second which and also logically it doesn't require any time dilatation because...
  3. danielhaish

    I What would happen if something would go immediately from point a to b

    but in this example the signal is going back in time and in my first post I wonder about it
  4. danielhaish

    I What would happen if something would go immediately from point a to b

    can you give me an example for how it worked. assume we have two time frames when new data arrive in point B and it being send to point A how it effect the past of any of the locations ? I mean if information is being created in point B then it not have an effect on point A and if it being send...
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    I What would happen if something would go immediately from point a to b

    so now I have two question . one is about EPR,if the signal effect is not carry any data and is not determent anything so you can say it not have an effect on the past, and my second question is how sending signal from difference times frames is like sending signal to your own past,let say...
  6. danielhaish

    I What would happen if something would go immediately from point a to b

    I googled it but I didn't understand why crossing distance immediately means signaling to the past
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    I What would happen if something would go immediately from point a to b

    the idea of time dilatation is that the light should cross 299 792 458 meters each second relative to all point of views , so when there is two observer that one of them is in rest and the other observer is moving , the clock ticking of the moving observer would be slower(by clock ticking i...
  8. danielhaish

    I Why is it that when anti-matter and matter meet they produce energy?

    thanks you all so they basically being interference to new wave which is a photon because photon charge is zero . does electron that being interference with it self also produce a photons ? for example like in the new slicks experience
  9. danielhaish

    I Why is it that when anti-matter and matter meet they produce energy?

    so this video is wrong ? I am wanted to know in which source to use for learning
  10. danielhaish

    I Why is it that when anti-matter and matter meet they produce energy?

    when anti matter and matter meet each other as I read in many places they cancel each other and produce energy
  11. danielhaish

    I Why is it that when anti-matter and matter meet they produce energy?

    I understand that the mass is being converted to energy but isn't it just an destructive interference of the properties of particles being present as waves of possibility , for example when electron is Interference with it self is it produce energy?, because the particle are weaves in quantum...
  12. danielhaish

    I Delay in signaling between entanglement particles

    sorry I meant interaction
  13. danielhaish

    I Delay in signaling between entanglement particles

    and do you think there is small delay of interaction ?
  14. danielhaish

    B Is an electron beam affected by photons?

    I know that I didn't asked the question . but I am also wondering do the interaction with air wouldn't destroy the experiment ?
  15. danielhaish

    I Delay in signaling between entanglement particles

    Ok i changed it, my mistake my browser is not recognize this word so I changed it
  16. danielhaish

    I Delay in signaling between entanglement particles

    I know that there isn't any delay that depends on the distance between particles, by the time it take to signal l to arrive from point a to b , but do there is any small delay that doesn't depends on distance . like the Minimum distance between two bodies divided by the speed of light . for...
  17. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    I add something in the end . I am referring to the pardox that changing the past cant change the future
  18. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    can you explain the paradox in the fallowing example , I am a little confused . let assume that there is two location with difference time frames and in each location there is one quant , and the two quant are entanglement to each other . lets take a look at the properties of the location of...
  19. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    actually it is what I am trying to express
  20. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    I am working on re write sorry I don't find it so easy
  21. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    Sorry can't edit the thread any more but I will rewrite the post here as another post
  22. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    They might be both true according to some theory dont they
  23. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    Can I try to rewrite it in new thread?
  24. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    But this signle doest really go through distance becuase you can't catch it in the middle so is valocty is still may be lower then light becuase then let say there is minimal distance you can move when a phenomenon like gravity is expends then it goes through all space so it go from point a to...
  25. danielhaish

    B Why can't energy or information go faster than light?

    as I read here http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20160429-the-real-reasons-nothing-can-ever-go-faster-than-light#:~:text=But%20light%20is%20made%20up,when%20particles%20like%20electrons%20cannot%3F&text=The%20natural%20energy%20they%20possess,are%20already%20at%20top%20speed. things with mass cant...
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