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The Quantum MatrixHenry Bar's Perilous Struggle for Quantum Coherence$
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Gershon Kurizki and Goren Gordon

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780198787464

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: July 2020

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198787464.001.0001

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What is Quantum Entanglement?

What is Quantum Entanglement?

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(p.109) 7 What is Quantum Entanglement?
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The Quantum Matrix
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Gershon Kurizki

Goren Gordon

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198787464.003.0007

In this adventure, two quantum characters interact, because Henry has constructed a quantum suit for his cat, Schred. Henry and Schred end up in a quantum-entangled state. Remarkably, by measuring one of two entangled systems, the state of the other system is immediately collapsed, even if they are far apart. This bizarre feature of entanglement implies non-locality—synchronization or “collusion” between quantum objects, regardless of their distance. Cosmology provides an explanation: the universe emerged from a unified state describable as a quantum-entangled “hologram”. This notion resonates with the ancient Hindu view that the common essence of all things, the Brahman, can be revealed at every level of the natural hierarchy. The appendix to this chapter discusses operators that create entanglement.

Keywords:   quantum entanglement, EPR correlations, non-locality, primordial atom, quantum hologram, Brahman

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