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Is it possible to create a non-local manifold that co exist with the spacetime manifold? The non-local manifold being where quantum correlations took place. How do you make the two manifolds co-exist?

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Is it possible to create a non-local manifold that co exist with the spacetime manifold? The non-local manifold being where quantum correlations took place. How do you make the two manifolds co-exist?

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Certainly the spacetime manifold can be embedded in manifolds with sufficiently higher dimensionality. In fact, infinitely many spacetime manifolds can be thus embedded in the same higher-dimensional space.

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A manifold where c is not the limit.. to account for possible quantum correlation channel.. so how do you embed manifolds where c is the limit to one where c is a billion times the limit?

Certainly the spacetime manifold can be embedded in manifolds with sufficiently higher dimensionality. In fact, infinitely many spacetime manifolds can be thus embedded in the same higher-dimensional space.

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Relativity has a pseudo-Riemannian metric. The signature (not all +) is what gives an invariant speed.

So, it seems you are asking about ways of embedding a pseudo-Riemannian manifold in a fiber bundle (or a manifold with degenerate metric of a certain type). I have not heard of any results of this kind. Perhaps someone else can answer this re-phrased question, if it is representative of what you are after.

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