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(1) Quantum mechanics predicts 25% or more will correlate. (2) Bell says hidden variables should correlate 33% or more of the time. (3) The difference between the two is Bell's inequality. (4) They are different things unless I misunderstand your question. Two objects are entangled if you can measure or observe one of them and instantly know something about ...


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The reason the Newton's law is referred to as the Newton's laws is because the are applicable to newtonian range objects only. The world of quantum mechanics has no relation with the laws of motion at all. The world of quantum mechanics is random and is not predictable, which is a direct violation of the newton's laws. The point that you make about the ...


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"Is this causality condition equivalent to Lorentz invariance?" No. Lorentz invariance ensures that points in spacetime that are spacelike (timelike) separated in one frame stay spacelike (timelike) in all inertial frames. Causality, in this context, is the notion that an event can not have effect at any spacelike separated point in spacetime. "Now the ...


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It would take less than 8 mins. It depends on elasticity of space time fabric. Consider Put a marble on a cloth and then observe how much it descends and curves cloth. Now, suddenly remove marble The time taken by cloth to regain its original position, so that it ends point feel no curvature, clearly depends on elasticity of fabric and amount of depth it had ...



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