Please refer to the question "Resolution of the EPR paradox using relativity of simultaneity" I hope that this question will be clearer.
EPR photon experiments are a paradox for scientists. Can someone tell me why?
Distances and traveling time of photons are always measured on the basis of light speed c (300.000 km/sec.). However, according to time dilation formulas of special relativity (T'=T/γ) these measured values are no real values, but only observed values, observed by any observer. An application of these formulas (and more precisely: of the factor reciprocal gamma) yields that the real speed of light is not defined (zero-by-zero division) and the distances and times are shrinking down to zero. As a result it seems clear that all events of photons are taking place simultaneously, and thus photons may be here and there simultaneously - thus no paradox at all!
I learned already that possibly relativity and time dilation do not apply to particles moving at light speed. But what is the sound reason for such an exception if on the other hand this is prohibiting a resolution of the EPR paradox?