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Quantum Mechanics And Relativity

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Posted by Yasir on May 23, 2001 18:39:32 UTC

Quite often i have read that relativity and quantum mechanics are inconsistent with each other at certain points.......
eg the EPR experiment and the proof that a pair quantum particles do show a bizarre behaviour and some sort of signal(which travels a t infinite speed ) is transferred from one to the other which tells it to determine its state which was not "determined" before since the observation was not made...........,
Events later in the century on the "God does play dice or not .......thing etc etc.
If again and again we confront that quantum mechanics despite being inconsistent with realtivity is the most mysterious yet the most successful of all the present theories
The question is :
How much we believe in relativity....????
Am i interpreting the data available in books in a wrong way ?????

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