Invariance of Spooky Action at a Distance in Quantum Entanglement under Lorentz Transformation

@article{Sharifi2014InvarianceOS,
  title={Invariance of Spooky Action at a Distance in Quantum Entanglement under Lorentz Transformation},
  author={Mohammad Ali Sharifi},
  journal={Quantum Matter},
  year={2014},
  volume={3},
  pages={241-248}
}
  • M. Sharifi
  • Published 25 June 2013
  • Physics
  • Quantum Matter
We study the mechanism by which the particle-antiparticle entangled state collapses instantaneously at a distance. By making two key assumptions, we are able to show not only that instantaneous collapse of a wave function at a distance is possible but also that it is an invariant quantity under Lorentz transformation and compatible with relativity. In addition, we will be able to detect in which situation a many-body entangled system exhibits the maximum collapse speed among its entangled… 

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