Skip to comments.Could Particle ‘Spooky Action’ Define The Nature Of Gravity?
Posted on 12/05/2013 5:24:00 PM PST by BenLurkin
Sonner then set about to create quarks to see if he could watch what happens when two are entangled with each other. Using an electric field, he was able to catch pairs of particles coming out of a vacuum environment with a few transient particles in it.
- Once he caught the particles, he mapped them in terms of space-time (four-dimensional space). Note: gravity is believed to be the fifth dimension because it can bend space-time [5th Dimension?], as you can see in these images of galaxies below.
- Sonner then tried to figure out what would happen in the fifth dimension when quarks were entangled in the fourth dimension, using a string theory concept called holographic duality. While a hologram is a two-dimensional object, it contains all the information necessary to represent a three-dimensional view. Essentially, holographic duality is a way to derive a more complex dimension from the next lowest dimension, MIT stated.
And it was under holographic duality that Sonner found a wormhole would be created. The implication is that gravity itself may come out of entanglement of these particles, and that the bending we see in the universe would also be due to the entanglement.
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Kind of amazing how little we know about gravity while being intimately familiar with it.
Something tells me that when the physicists figure it out — a whole new universe of possibilities will open up for mankind.
Yeah I think grabbity is a key.
For there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known.
I can wire a three-way switch. That's about my limit.
It's at times like this that I really miss not having Richard Feynman around to explain it to the rest of us.
I miss his clarity also.
Last night I read an interview of Feynman in the book “Superstrings - A theory of everything” by P. C. W. Davies. In regard to his view on strings being a potential theory of everything, he said “I think all this superstring stuff is crazy and is in the wrong direction. I don’t like that [superstring advocates] are not calculating anything....I don’t like that for anything that disagrees with an experiment [they perform], they cook up an explanation - a fix-up to say ‘Well, it still might be true.’ “
Feynman explained complex topics in a decipherable manner, he was blunt with the truth as he saw it, and he was not the least bit reluctant to say he didn’t know the answer to a physics problem.
If any of you like Feynman (and I know a lot of Freepers do), I recommend, for fun not physics, the book “Surely You’re Joking Mr. Feynman.”
The same goes for consciousness.
“Kind of amazing how little we know about gravity while being intimately familiar with it.”
“The same goes for consciousness”
Don’t forget women.....
I’ve heard some women say they don’t understand women either.
Gravity’s so darn depressing.
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