Quantum entanglement thread go!
1. What is the easiest way to prove that?
2. How to understand time with that theory?
3. Is this a good way to understand "paranormal"?
So maybe something easier. If you fail here do as pepe /sci.
What do you think about String's theory?
>What does the 'spin' state even mean? Ive heard it doesnt denote normal physical spin like that, but what does it actually denote? is it just an arbitrary name for a property?
In a classic it's just an angular momentum of the particle and in qunatum it's the same but besides that, every particle has own angular momentum in an abstract spinal space and it is a consequence of it's quantum nature.
Uhm this is is pretty rediculously easy to under stand
spin is weight (the finer or overlapping the integral the denser it is)
rotation is density (the slower is rotates the denser it is)
s is momentum (the variable being what's it's being thrown at)
Not really sure what you're asking here.
We know entanglement is a real thing I mean there is a physical phenomenon we observe and we call it entanglement. Everything else about it is still up for debate.
I think what you're trying to get at is, is it "spooky action at a distance" and really all we can say is maybe. If it is though that's still not that exciting since it seems to be fundamentally random, we can't control which particle will be spin up and which will be spin down, so we can't really use it to do anything useful.
This stuff has nothing to do with anything paranormal.
>1. What is the easiest way to prove that?
>2. How to understand time with that theory?
Understanding time does not require an understanding of quantum entanglement.
>3. Is this a good way to understand "paranormal"?
No, fuck off.
Mathematically beautiful, potentially great, but so far nothing.
Explain that an observer has nothing to do with intelligence its just interaction between systems that collapses the waves, and the whole concept may be wrong really but even if you embrace the random quantum view of things the observer effect still has nothing to do with intelligence.
No because they won't stay entangled after the first measurement and you can't control which will be up and which will be down they'll just be opposites.
Isn't spin the angular momentum of a particle? So if something has zero spin has can it rotate?
Is there such thing as negative spin?