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What About Superluminal Interconnectedness?

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Posted by Chuck Owens on April 19, 2002 02:06:31 UTC

I've read in various physics books about subatomic particles including photons being bound together by some sort of superluminal "glue" that interconnects them. Wouldn't the existence of this "glue" be evidence of nonlocality and thus some sort of continuity? It was Bell's Theorem that first raised this issue.

Chuck

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