What is Entanglement of Matter?
It was Einstein who said that Entanglement was “Spooky action at a distance.”
Einstein didn’t believe what the math was saying but experiments have now proved that quantum entanglement is real. What is entanglement of matter? The theory says that when 2 or more particles of photons or energy interact together during a reaction, they become joined together in a mysterious way. They are like twins with some opposite qualities such as spin or charge and if one has a certain quality then the other one has the corresponding quality.
What that means is if one particle has a +ve spin the other will have a -ve spin or vice versa. Measuring one particle’s spin automatically tells you the other particles spin. But that’s not all! It doesn’t matter what distance the particles are separated from each other. Some theories say the 2 particles instantly know what the other one is doing. Talk about a fast way to communicate across the galaxy.
Living bacteria were entangled to create 2 separate organisms during a 2018 experiment.
The importance of quantum entanglement is the ability to communicate instantly between particles during the Big Bang. This communication will also be very important in a few more billion years. I’ll explain in my article about Black Holes later this month.
For now let’s talk about the Big Bang moment. The high energy radiation (similar to photons) that entered the universe was at a very high temperature. At billions of degrees photons have enough energy to create pairs of electrons and positrons.
Normally these particles will annihilate each other into photons again. But what if they became instantly quantum entangled and were pulled away from each other into separate dimensions? The reaction would be instant and not enough time for them to annihilate each other.
This means that one dimension evolves as normal matter and another dimension evolves as antimatter. Like a multiverse with equal amounts of matter but opposite energy charge.
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During the Big Bang energy gets entangled and sent into a separate multiverse as in this drawing. Each universe evolves into the 3rd dimension and finally they meet again in the 6th dimension as entangled partners.
Just remember that they are entangled for eternity waiting to meet each other in the future. It seems that even time was entangled.
That's entangled time! It's not just a mind-bending thought experiment, either. Entanglement is being studied so we can harness it, for future technology?
I am discussing that reaction during my Black Hole article.
Hope you will be curious enough to follow my theories. Any ideas that might help me are welcome as we travel in time together.
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