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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?

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# Can/do relativistic effects explain select quantum phenomena

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