Aether denial leads to mysterious entanglement again

PSI Blog 20200302 Aether denial leads to mysterious entanglement again

Thanks to Mike Dwyer for the heads up on the latest regressive outrage:

“Quantum entanglement allows two objects to affect each other’s behaviour instantly across vast distances — what Albert Einstein called “spooky action at a distance”. But by how much? The answer could be incalculable, says a team of 5 researchers in a 165-page preprint. In one fell swoop, their proof solves a number of related problems in pure mathematics, quantum mechanics and a branch of computer science known as complexity theory. If it holds up, “it’s a super-beautiful result” says theoretical quantum physicist Stephanie Wehner.”

Here is the arXiv preprint for those who wish to be confused:

Mike says: “Seems like we still need a bunch more farmers with Ph.Ds.” Of course, this is nothing more than the usual weirdness produced by Quantum Mechanics without aether. Remember, anytime anyone, especially Einstein, complains about spooky action at a distance, they are forgetting that the connections between things always involve aether. See Shaw’s excellent paper explaining how Maxell’s aether gets rid of the regressive mystery:

Shaw, Duncan W., 2018, Aether explanation of entanglement: Physics Essays, v. 31, no. 1, p. 1-35. [http://www.duncanshaw.ca/AetherExplanationOfEntanglement.pdf].


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