The Secret of Quantum Entanglement Unveils The Biggest Secrets of the Underlying Functioning of Our Universe

Aditya Yadav
Dec 9, 2019 · 8 min read
Albert Einstein was wrong and so was Neils Bohr

What is Quantum Entanglement?

Quantum entanglement is a label for the observed physical phenomenon that occurs when a pair or group of particles is generated, interact, or share spatial proximity in a way such that the quantum state of each particle of the pair or group cannot be described independently of the state of the others, even when the particles are separated by a large distance.

We know that when we observe quantum particles, it collapses to one of its many possible probable states.

When two or more particles are entangled. If we observe one particles state, the other particle also collapses to an analogous state if we observe it.

This happens faster than the speed of light, 10,000X+ speed of light, or rather instantaneously in the universe.

This happens even if the entangled particles are separated by large distances, one on earth one on jupiter, or even if they are across the universe.

Thus far, the furthest distance two entangled particles have been is roughly 1.5 miles, but there are exciting plans to launch an entangled particle to the International Space Station (roughly 220 miles) and determine if its entangled particle partner back on Earth will continue this “spooky action at a distance”.

These entangled particles are not limited to pairs either; a study in 2014 artificially entangled approximately 500,000 particles, suggesting a particle cloud “group brain” that instantaneously reacts when any single component is measured or altered.

When does it occur?

It occurs in only three scenarios…

  • When two or a group of particles are generated together
  • When two or a group of particles interact
  • When two or a group of particles have been in close proximity

The Problem

Special Relativity believes that the Speed of Light is a Fundamental Universal Constant.

It also believes that nothing in this Universe can travel faster than the speed of light.

Hence there is no explanation in Quantum Physics about how and why Quantum Entanglement works. And how it can work instantaneously across huge distances, at 10,000X+ faster than the speed of light?

We have already seen that …

This Jet travelled 4X the speed of light.

And we discussed that the concept of Speed of Light being a fundamental constant in the Universe is a Myth.

Also, at Automatski we are designing Deep Space Travel mechanisms that can help us travel at 3X-20X the speed of light. And we might be able to see and experience such travel in our lifetimes very soon.

Spooky Action at a Distance

There are plenty of scientists and researchers that have spent their lives trying to find answers to the most paradoxical questions of existence.

Einstein is credited with unraveling some of these fantastic mysteries, but there is one strange phenomena of the world that even the great Albert Einstein felt stumped by. He was so baffled that he gave it a decidedly unscientific name — “spooky action at a distance”.

Copenhagen Interpretation (of Quantum Mechanics)

The Copenhagen interpretation is an expression of the meaning of quantum mechanics that was largely devised from 1925 to 1927 by Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg. It is one of the oldest of numerous proposed interpretations of quantum mechanics, and remains one of the most commonly taught.

EPR Paradox

The Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen paradox or the EPR paradox of 1935 is a thought experiment in quantum mechanics with which Albert Einstein and his colleagues Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen claimed to demonstrate that the wave function does not provide a complete description of physical reality, and hence that the Copenhagen interpretation is unsatisfactory; resolutions of the paradox have important implications for the interpretation of quantum mechanics.

The Neils Bohr & Einstein’s Debate (EPR Paradox)

The EPR paradox (or the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox) is a thought experiment intended to demonstrate an inherent paradox in the early formulations of quantum theory. It is among the best-known examples of quantum entanglement. The paradox involves two particles that are entangled with each other according to quantum mechanics. Under the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics, each particle is individually in an uncertain state until it is measured, at which point the state of that particle becomes certain.

At that exact same moment, the other particle’s state also becomes certain. The reason that this is classified as a paradox is that it seemingly involves communication between the two particles at speeds greater than the speed of light, which is a conflict with Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity.

The paradox was the focal point of a heated debate between Einstein and Niels Bohr. Einstein was never comfortable with the quantum mechanics being developed by Bohr and his colleagues (based, ironically, on work started by Einstein). Together with his colleagues Boris Podolsky and Nathan Rosen, Einstein developed the EPR paradox as a way of showing that the theory was inconsistent with other known laws of physics. At the time, there was no real way to carry out the experiment, so it was just a thought experiment or gedankenexperiment.

Several years later, the physicist David Bohm modified the EPR paradox example so that things were a bit clearer. (The original way the paradox was presented was somewhat confusing, even to professional physicists.) In the more popular Bohm formulation, an unstable spin 0 particle decays into two different particles, Particle A and Particle B, heading in opposite directions. Because the initial particle had spin 0, the sum of the two new particle spins must equal zero. If Particle A has spin +1/2, then Particle B must have spin -1/2 (and vice versa).

Again, according to the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics, until a measurement is made, neither particle has a definite state. They are both in a superposition of possible states, with an equal probability (in this case) of having a positive or negative spin.

There are two key points at work here which make this troubling:

  1. Quantum physics says that, until the moment of the measurement, the particles do not have a definite quantum spin but are in a superposition of possible states.
  2. As soon as we measure the spin of Particle A, we know for sure the value we’ll get from measuring the spin of Particle B.

If you measure Particle A, it seems like Particle A’s quantum spin gets “set” by the measurement, but somehow Particle B also instantly “knows” what spin it is supposed to take on. To Einstein, this was a clear violation of the theory of relativity.

Everyone Agrees on one Fundamental Thing!!!

That the phenomenon of Quantum Entanglement is Real. And can be observed experimentally as stated earlier.

The disagreement has always been on ‘Why?’ it occurs and ‘If’ it disproves Special Relativity and ‘If’ hence Quantum Mechanics is deficient.

Disappointed Scientists

Scientists don’t like paradoxes that they can’t solve, so in response to quantum entanglement, Einstein and his friends stated that the quantum theory was “incomplete” and that some inherent concept or material was missing. Subsequent “loopholes” attempting to explain the strange facts of quantum entanglement were developed by Schrodinger, Einstein, and other theoretical physicists, as though they simply couldn’t admit not knowing the answer. These loopholes have most been disproven in the past six decades, but that “spooky action at a distance” still remains.

Finally Resolved in Early 1990’s by Automatski

In early 1990’s Automatski proved that the Universe is a Simulation. It did so primarily by the way of theories and simulations based on those theories which were hyper conformant with our Universe. This was re-confirmed in 2000’s when computational hardware became prevalent.

So the way all this works is that, contrary to Quantum Physicists. Who claim that Many Body Physics Requires an O(N³) Algorithm. The Universe basically runs on an O(N) algorithm in implementing its physics.

As explained here…

To do this the Universe (Simulation) implements a Neighbourhood Memory for each particle (or effect) in the Universal Simulation.

Each Particle (or Effect) remembers which all other particles it has come in contact with. And therefore to compute the Consequences of this (each) Particle it runs the calculations on only that particle vis-a-vis the other particles in its Neighbourhood Memory.

Assuming that this Neighbourhood Memory is of a constant size ‘k’. The algorithm of the underlying simulation of the Universe then becomes O(kN) and since k is constant we can remove it from the expression, which becomes O(N).

This proves multiple things…

  • That the universe is a linear order O(N) simulation.
  • That Many Body Physics requires just O(N) algorithms to solve
  • That Quantum Entanglement is implemented in the Underlying Fabric of the Universe. Or inside The Simulation Engine of the Universal Simulation. And doesn’t travel ‘inside’ the simulation/universe. And hence has nothing to do with the speed of light. Which is a wrong concept anyway.
  • Quantum Entanglement has NO CONFLICT with anything else
  • Quantum Entanglement occurs at the speed of the clocktick of the Universe Simulation. And hence occurs gazzilions of times the speed of light. 10,000X is not so much so of a problem.
  • Quantum Mechanics and The Copenhagen Interpretation is a deficient theory of the universe and a deficient explanation.
  • Automatski has by skill or by chance discovered the Underlying Algorithm(s) of the functioning of the Universe.
  • Particles get Quantum Entangled when two or more particles are (i) produced together (ii) interact, or (iii) are in close vicinity. Which is consistent with the theory of the Universe being a Simulation.

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