Classical Physics


Cordus Matter: Part 3.1 Wider Locality

Authors: Dirk J. Pons, Arion D. Pons, Ariel M. Pons, Aiden J. Pons

The dominant paradigm in conventional physics is that of a 'particle', which this paper suggests is a badly flawed premise. The cordus particuloid is a more coherent concept in that it offers explanations of phenomena that are otherwise puzzling, and does so with one conceptual consistent framework across a wide variety of phenomena. This paper shows how entanglement is readily explained as a natural consequence of the cordus. It also introduces the principle of complementary frequency state synchronisation (CoFS) as the deeper principle beneath the Pauli exclusion principle, and coherence. It is suggested that Bell's Theorem is only applicable to 1D point particles, and is thus generally irrelevant. Specifically, Bell's Theorem is not an obstacle to models of hidden variables. Furthermore, it is suggested that the principle of locality is not viable in its present form, and a principle of wider locality is proposed.

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[v1] 6 Apr 2011

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