posted on Jul, 30 2009 @ 10:31 PM
I mentioned this in another topic, and just wanted to get another opinion.
First take a look at this image;
Image you have a string that is pulled tight, or maybe even made of solid steel, that is 1 light year long (
). YOU are on the left end of the
string, and someone else is on the right end of the string. If YOU pulled the string to the left, and at the exact same time you turned the flash
light on, wouldn't the person on the right end of the string notice the string move before
the light reaches him?
In this case, a chain reaction would happen in the atoms of the string which moves faster than light. Right? That would mean Einstein is wrong, and
"information" can travel faster than light.
I was also thinking about quantum entanglement. When two particles are made at the same time, they both are "linked" together and no matter how far
apart the particles are, they would both move exactly the same, and share the same "information". Wouldn't all of this be easily explained by
saying that both objects are actually ONE object?
For example, the string in the image above... If it was a solid material that didn't bend, or flex, or stretch, every time you moved the left end of
the string, the right end of the string would move with it. Correct? So if you could make the middle of the string invisible, and only see the ends
of the string, it would appear like two separate objects that move at the same exact time (sharing information faster than light), just like quantum
Let me know what you think...
[edit on 30-7-2009 by ALLis0NE]