posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 06:13 PM
Originally posted by Ajax84
Check this out, it turns out that the before you measure entangled particles the space between them doesn't exist. But guess what? We're all
entangled. Meaning space as we know it, is an illusion of observation! If we don't look at it, it's not there.
There are some interesting Einstein quotes at the end, which suggest he was on to this before he died.
I think the speaker and this video have misunderstood what Einstein was saying. Anything which attempts to give properties to space (or is
romanticising the removal of properties from space) is badly off the mark. Space is nothing. Space is and always has been defined as a nothing -
it's the separator in between two real things.
The interpretation of entanglement here is false - entangled particles never actually simultaneously change state over any significant distance when
measured. Most of these large-distance photonic experiments betray a drastic simplification of the fundamental physical motions of photons. The
electron experiments are either misidentified charge-field coupling, or again, misinterpretations of the fundamental motions of quanta.
If anything about Einstein's thought was revealed here, it is the idea that he knew the spacetime models of relativity and the universe were entirely
mathematical, and that most interpretations of spacetime were misleading in their physical analogies. Einstein knew well that Quantum Mechanics was a
hack and was always fundamentally heuristic and ad-hoc.
edit on 26-9-2012 by yampa because: (no reason given)