Relativity says that there is no absolute simultaneity. Quantum

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Relativity says that there is no absolute simultaneity. Quantum mechanics with its entanglement seems to imply absolute simultaneity. And in between these two I am the one who gets confused. :smile: :confused:
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in between these two I am the one who gets confused.
You are not alone. The greatest minds in the world are trying and failing to reconcile these two theories, upon whose pillars most of modern physics stands.

It doesn't end with simultaneity. There are other ways the two are incompatible. Combining them results in infinities.
 
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You are not alone. The greatest minds in the world are trying and failing to reconcile these two theories, upon whose pillars most of modern physics stands.
Thanks for the assurance. :rolleyes:
I thought someone has an answer which I need to know.
 

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