But…at the Subatomic Level There Are No Particles. Let’s Look at This Mystery of Quantum Entanglement.

Awarding the prize on Tuesday, the committee said that the scientists’ work had “opened doors to another world.”Credit…Jonas Ekstromer/TT News Agency, via Associated Press

“The scientists have each conducted “groundbreaking experiments using entangled quantum states, where two particles behave like a single unit even when they are separated,” the committee said in a briefing. Their results, it said, cleared the way for “new technology based upon quantum information.”

The laureates’ research builds on the work of John Stewart Bell, a physicist who strove in the 1960s to understand whether particles, having flown too far apart for there to be normal communication between them, can still function in concert, also known as quantum entanglement.

According to quantum mechanics, particles can exist simultaneously in two or more places. They do not take on formal properties until they are measured or observed in some way. By taking measurements of one particle, like its position or “spin,” a change is observed in its partner, no matter how far away it has traveled from its pair.”

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But physicist Lee Smolin says Quantum MECHANICS is incorrect. And Physicist Fritjof Capra says that at subatomic levels particles don’t exist. Is the Nobel Prize politicized to advance A.I. and the machine-world? Why’d ya do it?

Oh wait, they used duct tape in the experiment, seriously, read down the paragraph. LOL. This smacks of technospheric interests. I guess I don’t want a Nobel Prize for “Time is DNA”. It would smack too much of love and healing in the Noosphere anyway.

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