In physics quantum entanglement suggests that phenomena are somehow connected to each other, and furthermore, under certain conditions influence each other
My purpose in writing this blog is to attempt to more clearly identify and describe what quantum entanglement may be. I present you with the following information in an attempt to demonstrate to my readers what I consider to be the different interpretations of entanglement in science. It is my opinion that the most popular scientific definitions of entanglement are incomplete (where did it come from?). For my readers I will outline what I think are the most common interpretations of quantum entanglement.
5] My views about quantum non-locality are as follows. I believe that both these scientific concepts cannot be effectively separated. Some physicists say that non-locality describes entanglement:
Entanglement implies that information is either shared between two particles or communicated between them in such a way as to cause observations of one particle to be correlated with observations of the other.
Such correlations have been predicted and observed for many years, but it has been difficult to determine if the correlations were caused by information being shared such as through gravity.
Non-locality implies the existence of direct connections between one point in space and another, without going through intervening points. Such direct connections would allow communication faster than the speed of light.
As I suggested above there can be different manifestations of non-locality. One of these is Newton’s force of gravity is theoretically non-local because it theoretically propagates at infinite speed. This is what I believe is happening via the physics model that I have described in another blog entitled Reality with a Matrix
[Item 5 was written with the assistance of M.P.]