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Relativity, QM, And Irrationality

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Posted by Aurino Souza on May 3, 2001 14:39:58 UTC

Hi Richard

I'm so taken by my discovery of Einstein's mistake that I can hardly think about anything else. So the only comment I can add to your post is this:

>> general relativity is mainly self-contradictory, but otherwise rational > if you transmit a very weak beam of light so that roughly one photon is propagated at a time. After a while the beam will spread over a very large transverse space. It could be kilometers wide. Yet when you detect a photon in that beam, the size of the beam collapses either in space or in time to the size of the detector, and it happens faster than the speed of light

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