Wednesday, January 30, 2019

"Bell's Theorem" and quantum entanglement and polarized lenses; and faster than light travel?

Bell’s Theorem: The Quantum Venn Diagram Paradox” from “Minutephysics”.
I remember seeing the experiments with perpendicular polarized lens in high school in 1960.  You get curious results as you turn them at various angles.
The video goes on to discuss quantum entanglement, and to come up with the idea that the universe cannot simultaneously work with both realism and locality.
Bell’s Theorem used to be cited in science fiction to justify faster than light travel.  I recall that in Jeffrey Mishlove’s book in 1978, “The Roots of Consciousness” when I was still living in New York.  There was another book by Isaac Bentov, “Stalking the Wild Pendulum” that expressed a similar theory.  

I tried their experiment with 3-D glasses and it didn't happen. 

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