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Re: Re: Re: Re: Hidden Dimensions And FTL.

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Posted by Frank Lombard on February 23, 2001 04:01:20 UTC

"Yes, this does not make any difference: place two coins, one head up one head down or vice versa."

Hope you read my correction. The whole point is that the correlation between the two coins are always opposite of each other when the probability of each should be completely random. Each coin can be either heads or tails any time its measured and should be independent of the other. But entangled particles behave differently. One particle is always the opposite of the other when they are each measured simultaneously. Now the argument would be that one is affecting the other through space-time, but even if the particles are miles apart the simultaneous measure of each always results as diametric opposites. Given that information can only travel at the speed of light and the particle measure is simultaneous, then something is happening FTL. Remember each coin can be either heads or tails, so in completely random phenomena the coins would never correlate as opposites consistently.

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