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 Beitrag 0-106

Quantenverschränkung kennt weder Ort noch Zeit

Ein interessantes Papier eines Schweizer Wissenschaftlers (quant-ph/0311004) schließt mit der Feststellung:

Antoine Suarez (2003):
In conclusion the experiments testing quantum entanglement rule out the belief that physical causality necessarily relies on observable signals.
Quantum entanglement supports the idea that the world is deeper than the visible, and reveals a domain of existence, which cannot be described with the notions of space and time.
In the nonlocal quantum realm there is dependence without time, things are going on but the time doesn’t seem to pass here.

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