Special Relativity and Quantum Entanglement

 

It has been some time since I done an up date on the Information Universe because another line of research required my attention however, when Special Relativity and quantum entanglement are looked at through the Information Universe a unique and potentially testable prediction results.

In Special Relativity when an observer is in motion relative to another frame of reference, that observer's space axis become tilted in time such an observer in the other frame of reference sees trailing end of objects later in time the the forward end resulting in a contraction of length. As the velocity approaches the speed the affect becomes quite pronounced.

If entangled particles are accelerated in a particle accelerator to near the speed of light, with one leading and the other trailing and there is a field intended to flip the spin of the leading particle, in which frame of reference would the flipping of the entangled particle be instantaneous. Classical  Special Relativity would tend to suggests that the flipping of the entangled particle would be instantaneous in the frame of reference of the two particles resulting in an apparent violation of causality in the lab.

In the Information Universe an observer moving relative to the primary frame of reference used by the information processing system, experiences a space line tilted in time relative to this primary frame of reference, but it is still calculated base on the primary frame of reference. As a result the  flipping of the entangled particle mentioned above would be instantaneous in the primary frame of reference used by the information processing system. This means that in a lab with in the primary frame of reference the two entangled particles would be seen the particles flip at the same time while in the frame of reference of the two particles, the leading one would flip first and then the trailing one. Since the Earth is either in or near to this primary frame of reference this provides as potentially testable prediction for  the Information Universe.

 


 

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