|Okay Al! I am drilling in
a clockwise direction
as you asked me.
|No you're not,
Steve! You are
drilling in a counter
I can see it from
|Oh brother! That's what
I get for relying on the
I asked for one
carpenter, and they
sent me two mechanics!
|I'm telling you
that the rope is
|This is fun. I should
probably let them make
asses of each other for
about another hour.
|And I am telling
you that the
rope is turning
|Adapted for the Internet from:
Why God Doesn't Exist
|Particles have no way
Fig. 1 (Dynamic) EPR in a nutshell
|An atom shoots two photons (or electrons) in diametrical directions. If
one of the photons is confirmed to be spinning CW (or up in Fig 2 below),
the other instantly spins CCW. Question: How does one photon ‘know’
what happened to the other, especially if they are light years apart?
Fig. 3 Dynamic EPR (genuine spin: rotation)
|EPR states that if an atom emits two quantum ‘particles’ in opposite directions, they have
opposite spins. If we compel one particle to reverse its rotation, the other one instantly does the
same. How does one particle communicate what it’s doing to the other? The mechanics have
concocted all sorts of supernatural explanations for EPR, including time travel and other worlds.
|Fig. 4 Static EPR
Fig. 2 Static 'spin'
|end, the rope is oriented down-up. We're done!
The ONLY way to explain what the Quantum
mathematicians 'observe' in their labs is with a
continuous agent such as a rope! You cannot explain
this phenomenon with one way waves or particles. The
mechanics should have realized this decades ago, but
Bohr and Heisenberg told them that it is impossible to
imagine this in the macro world. The mathematicians
bowed to authority and never brainstormed further.
Under the rope hypothesis,
EPR is among the easiest
phenomena to explain. Stretch
a rope parallel to your line of
sight. If it is spinning CW, the
other end spins CCW. End of
story! To think that it took 80
years to resolve this simple
observation! The mechanics
have no shame!