It is important that you view the contents of this blog in relationship to my new blog entitled: “The fundamental universe revisited“. This new blog is designed to be the master science referential blog for all my science blog postings in my website.
It is demonstrated such an idea is not inconceivable
It is generally believed in physics that nothing travels faster than the speed of light. Physics is now beginning to be challenged by this point of view. A cosmic phenomena known as the EPR paradox has strongly suggestion this is exactly what is happening. It has been scientifically proven by experiment that a particle on one side of the universe can instantly influence another on the opposite side of the universe. In my Awareness model I am postulating that such phenomena is possible because instant communication is occurring outside Relativity space time and is in fact travelling in an adjacent dimension in Absolute time. I have nominated this dimension as being a timeless fourth dimension, a dimension that is concurrent to space time but at the same time there is incessant interaction between both via the medium of virtual activity. The quote below has been extracted from an on line article that explains what is happening quite well and furthermore a laboratory experiment has been cited in order to add additional merit to the claim that I am postulating.
“The minimum speed of the entanglement influence is just the one divided by the other, or 144,500 times the speed of light. However, a number of factors go into the interpretation of the results, which reduce the lower limit of the speed of entanglement influence to about 10,000 times the speed of light.
Notice that this result does not eliminate the possibility that the influence of entanglement actually is instantaneous – it merely sets a limit saying how close the influence must be to infinitely fast. Another possibility that is gaining credence is that entanglement dynamics may operate external to time, or at least may ignore time as it ignores distance”. The experiment that supports this hypothesis can be found here: http://arxiv.org/pdf/1303.0614.pdf