immortal Posted July 3, 2012 Share Posted July 3, 2012 (edited) Alright, I've only had basic quantum, but I'm pretty sure we know how entanglement works. Hint: It's nothing that will ever lead to interpretation. No, local hidden variable theory or the Bohmian mechanics was developed to explain quantum entanglement but Bell's inequality experiments showed that if a hidden variable theory exists then it has to be non-local but this contradicts with relativity. I know we cannot use entanglement to send information faster than the speed of light but we discovered that entities do not have pre-determined attributes and that they're assigned an attribute only when a measurement is being made. Any statement about the nature of the quantum system is meaningless, it is metaphysical. We still don't have an explanation for the correlations that arise in a quantum entanglement. Edited July 3, 2012 by immortal Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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