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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 25, 2001 18:15:14 UTC

But I take some clues to what is hapening from the Aspect experiments where energy wa used to create two entangled particles. like photons of opposite spin.

According to string theory it takes ten dimensions to make particles, but the particles exist in 3-d space. So as the particles fly apart, they remain entangled by the 6 dimensions that are compactified. They look like a line connecting the two particles, I suppose, but do not really know.

Now when one of the partcles interact with the outside. like their spin is measured, the other particle automatically takes the other spin, according to quantum mech, but not general relativity. Aspects experiment comfirms this.

But what happens to the line of compact dimensions connecting the particles. It must break up. My guess is that it precipatates as minute particles like axions into the 3-d space. But all this is speculation on my part. I have no idea what really happens. When I say that compactified dimensions become quarks as in the above post, I am assuming that the structure that the dimensions go into breaks up into small pieces that become particles. But again I have no way of knowing what really happens, I'm just guessing.

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