posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 09:44 PM
reply to post by Shoujikina
quantum entanglement is a phenomenon that abuses the relative connection between time and causality.
two entangled particles contain direct information about one another, so measuring one affects the other to prevent a violation of the uncertainty
principle. the observer who measures one particle perceives an instantaneous change, and it is instant relative to them, but only because a future
event (the measurement) necessitates a change in the past (the state of the second particle) for the sake of the uncertainty principle.
the main use of this interesting property, by definition, relates to the transfer of information (which you simplified down to communication). quantum
computing and teleportation are also forms of information transfer which use entanglement.
as for the creator creating itself, this is not the case. people mix up the idea of something always existing with the concept of "forever".
something can have always existed in a place where time doesn't exist, but the idea of forever requires time.
a being existing outside of time would be an unchanging (everything it would ever be or do would co-exist in a single ever-present reality) absolute.
whatever created the universe could not come from the universe because time didn't exist for things in the universe until after it was created.