History and Philosophy of Physics


A Conceptual Framework to Explain the Entanglement Phenomenon

Authors: Barry Wolfson

Of all the mysteries that have confronted physicists in the past century surely entanglement must rank amongst the most perplexing. Not only does this phenomenon express itself over apparently arbitrarily large distances and barriers between two particles but it also expresses itself across time! I propose a model using higher dimensional space which conceptually can reconcile the apparent problems presented by entanglement - that of communicating faster than the speed of light and even communicating into the future.

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[v1] 4 Aug 2011

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