Thursday, 07 January 2016
For nearly a century, scientists have struggled with the phenomenon of quantum entanglement, which appears to break the classical laws of physics.
It seems to show that pairs of sub-atomic particles can be invisibly connected in a way that transcends time and space.
Now, a groundbreaking experiment has provided the clearest proof yet that this quantum effect – which Albert Einstein famously dismissed as ‘spooky action at a distance’ – is in fact real.
Quantum entanglement describes how the state of one sub-atomic particle can instantly influence the state of the other, no matter how far apart they are.
This offended Einstein, since passing information between two points in space faster than the speed of light is supposed to be impossible.
In 1964, the scientist John Stewart Bell devised an experiment designed to rule out hidden variables that could offer a non-weird explanation for ‘action at a distance’.
But all the ‘Bell tests’ performed still contained ‘loopholes’ that, according to critics, could invalidate proof of entanglement.
Now, writing in the journal Nature, scientists say two of the most important loopholes have been closed by a new version of the test.
The Dutch team entangled electrons held in tiny diamond traps 0.8 miles (1.3km) apart on opposite sides of the campus at Delft University.
They did this in such a way that there was no chance of them ‘secretly’ communicating.
Nor was there any possibility of a subset of paired particles being detected that was not representative of all those present.
Electrons have a magnetic property known as ‘spin’ that can be pointing either up or down.
Until they are observed, there is no way of telling which of the two states they possess.
In fact, due to quantum weirdness they are in a ‘superposition’ of both at the same time.
Reality only kicks in when an observation is made, in much the same way that a flicked and spinning coin only shows a head or tails face when caught.
The trouble is, there have been hundreds of experiments showing Einstein’s theory of relativity is in fact wrong. Yet, nothing is being done in academia about it. Pseudo science, unproven theories (remember the Big Bang idiocy?) are being presented as “facts” and thought in academia.
Back in 1887 Michelson and Morley did an experiment proving an existence of an energetic field that connects everything, obviously contradicting Einstein theory of relativity. This is where it gets really good – the very same experiment was conducted 100 years later, in August of 1986, carried out by the US Air Force. The US AF came to the same conclusion – the energy field exists! Their findings were prominently featured in the popular scientific journal “Nature” vol.322.
Not just they predicted the field was there, but it measured precisely the same as Michelson and More had predicted 100 years earlier!
This discovery should have made the cover of every single newspaper world wide. It changes everything we know, but there is one problem. Every current textbook says there is no field, entire careers and credentials are based on the “fact” that the field is not there. As a result, Einstein’s and other wrong theories will likely continue to stand.
Unable to accept this simple truth, today’s scientists behave like a cult and hilariously defend a “theory” that’s wrong without giving any facts in the process, rather offer more theories to support the theory.
Planck, Tesla and others predicted the energy field exists. Tesla went to great lengths and fully explained what he dubbed the aetheric field.