It contradicts the theory of relativity according to which one event at one location can only become noticeable with time delay at another.

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But this leads to a paradox in the situation devised by Einstein: Because the two particles are correlated, with the measuring of the one at the same time the measuring result of the other is realized – and even immediately, no matter how far the particles have already gone away from each other. But that contradicts the theory of relativity according to which one event at one location can only become noticeable with time delay at another. Read more:

Two days ago there was this webpage on this website
2011 Nov 10 – Over-light-fast neutrinos in headwind
and at the end I gave those webpages which already dealt with the subject and today now I read these webpages once again and there I came across the statement which expresses quite well the key problem of my discussion.

The key problem of my discussion here on this website, which relates to the scientific subject of maximum speed, is the fact of the inconsistency in the statements of scientists.

On the one side they say that the speed of light is the maximum speed, and on the other side we are told that two particles react immediately to each other, independent how far away they are from each other.

Reading through the just mentioned webpages I now found one statement of scientists, which confirms this inconsistency.

It is on webpage
2011 Oct 09
and reads as follows:

Contradiction to the theory of relativity:
One can now predict no individual measuring result in conventional quantum theory but only the probability with which a certain value occurs. According to the Copenhagen interpretation the measured quality, here the spin, realizes obviously not until the moment of measurement because before also other measuring results were possible which with one – generally another – probability could have appeared but now did not even appear. But this leads to a paradox in the situation devised by Einstein: Because the two particles are correlated, with the measuring of the one at the same time the measuring result of the other is realized – and even immediately, no matter how far the particles have already gone away from each other. But that contradicts the theory of relativity according to which one event at one location can only become noticeable with time delay at another.

Here we have very clearly been told – by scientists – that this contradiction exists.

And this contradiction does not just exist for a few years - it exists since “Copenhagen.”

At that time it were especially Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg who put together this Copenhagen understanding and the insights, which let to it, come from a time which is now almost a century back.

Here a statement to quantum physics which also explains this inconsistency:

Bohr expressed the characteristic feature of quantum physics in his principle of complementarity, which “implies the impossibility of any sharp separation between the behaviour of atomic objects and the interaction with the measuring instruments which serve to define the conditions under which the phenomena appear.” As a result, “evidence obtained under different experimental conditions cannot be comprehended within a single picture, but must be regarded as complementary in the sense that only the totality of the phenomena exhausts the possible information about the objects.” This interpretation of the meaning of quantum physics, which implied an altered view of the meaning of physical explanation, gradually came to be accepted by the majority of physicists. The most famous and most outspoken dissenter, however, was Einstein.

The way scientists – and also the media - now discussed and are still discussing the announcement of the 22nd of September 2011, that neutrinos were measured which are faster than light, lets us recognize that the insights of quantum physics are considered as more or less not existing.

They seem to deal with the insights of quantum physics as if they are not there.

They seem to deal with the insights of quantum physics exactly the same way they deal with the insights of spiritual science: they are ignored.

And these people call themselves scientists – people who have knowledge – or people who report about scientific developments.

 

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