Quantum nonlocality is a paradox that was described first by Einstein,
Podolsky, and Rosen (EPR), who published the idea in
1935. The EPR paradox draws attention to a phenomenon predicted by quantum mechanics known
as quantum entanglement, in which measurements on spatially separated quantum systems can
instantaneously influence one another. As a result, quantum mechanics violates a principle
formulated by Einstein, known as the principle of locality or local realism, which states
that changes performed on one physical system should have no immediate effect on another
spatially separated system.
Our "local realistic" view of the world assumes that phenomena are separated by
time and space and that no influence can travel faster than the speed of light. Quantum
nonlocality proves that these assumptions are incorrect, and that there is a principle of
holistic interconnectedness operating at the quantum level which contradicts the
localistic assumptions of classical, Newtonian physics.
Note: Quantum nonlocality does not prove that "signals"
travel "faster than light." Rather, it shows that at a deep level of reality the
speed of light as a limiting factor is irrelevant because phenomena are
instantaneously connected regardless of distance.
Quantum nonlocality as suggested by Bell's theorem is a fact of nature that has now
been experimentally verified on many occasions. Alain Aspect's experiments in 1982 at the
University of Paris-South proved the existence of quantum nonlocality. These experiments
have been refined and repeated many times since
Nonlocality or nonseparability is asking us to revise completely our ideas about
objects, to remove a pervasive projection we have upon nature. We can no longer consider
objects as independently existing entities that can be localized in well-defined regions
of spacetime. They are interconnected in ways not even conceivable using ideas from
classical physics, which is largely a refinement and extrapolation from our normal
macroscopic sense of functioning.
Some scientists have since then experimented on quantum teleportation and on
superluminal speed ( faster than light ).
For example Professor Anton Zeilinger
The aliens that remotecontrol peoples brains have proved that it is possible to send
messages and signals faster than the speed of light.
And perhaps we shouldn't look further to find out how they do it ?
They have also proved the pessimists to be wrong, ( those who say that it's not possible.)
It's quantum physics.
Real time conversation or remote controlling anything becomes impossible when the
distance is measured in light years, unless we use anything that is faster than the speed
of light to communicate. Ask NASA if you don't believe it. It's hard as hell to remote
control anything by radio on Mars when the delay time is measured in minutes.
If it is not faster than the speed of light communication, then the aliens have landed (a
machine) somewhere on this planet and remote control us from there.
Tiplers time machine
Precognition, how to foresee the future.
Some aliens can foresee the future, and it is not against the laws of physics to do that.
Tiplers time machine give us a clue about how to do it. But perhaps a more realistic
approach is to use a nearby neutron star or a black hole to do the job.
It is no real time travelling, because no physical object is travelling, but instead a
question about sending information back in time.
It can be done in a single step or in billion cascaded steps.
The later approach makes it possible to extend single quantum particle time travelling of
nanoseconds to any length of time.
My own experience of the aliens is that only some of them have the capability to
foresee the future, which perhaps means that it is more complicated if compared to remote
controlling peoples brains. Or perhaps only used by them living next to a black hole or
neutron star ?
Moore's law can be used to kill the pessimists.
Because it shows how fast we can expect our own knowledge about quantum physics to grow.
Moore's law describes a long-term trend in the history of computing hardware. Since the
invention of the integrated circuit in 1958, the number of transistors that can be placed
inexpensively on an integrated circuit has increased exponentially, doubling approximately
every two years. The trend was first observed by Intel co-founder Gordon E. Moore in a
1965 paper. It has continued for almost half a century and in 2005 was not expected
to stop for another decade at least.
Almost every measure of the capabilities of digital electronic devices is strongly linked
to Moore's law: processing speed, memory capacity, sensors and even the number and size of
pixels in digital cameras. All of these are improving at (roughly) exponential rates as
Moore's law is a reminder on how fast the technological evolution is going.
It is exponential.
And the aliens have had the evolution going on for millions or billions of years already
compared to our hundred years
Let Moore's law work on the Intel company, and the Pentium model XXXXXX a hundred years
into the future will be a quantum computer cordless linked to your brain through quantum
nonlocality, and it will cost you almost nothing. And you can crack any encryption and
talk any language with real time support, permanently connected to your fantasy world at
The stock market and the gaming industry died when Tipler inc invented a machine to
foresee the future. The criminality also dropped to zero.
And you become immortal when you up-loaded your quantum-personality to heaven.com