Main Question or Discussion Point
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?
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?What do you mean by a 'non-local manifold'?
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.