In LQG the minimum time is 10^-43 seconds.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So how can there be instantaneous action at a distance in LQG between entangled photon pairs?

Also, a particle travelling through quantized space would jump from one

position to the next and miss some space in between.The standard quantum mechanical wavefunction would have gaps along its length where the probability of finding a particle is zero, in a plot of psi against position.These points of zero probability would put a particle in a box with walls of infinite potential from which the particle should not be able to escape,and therefore the particle should not be able to move from one position to another.

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# LQG and epr paradoxes

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