On so-called 'quantum entanglement'

Kenneth 'pawl' Collins k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net
Sun Dec 1 18:00:09 EST 2002


What's the 'take home message' of the preceding discussion in
this thread?

'quantum mechanics' was founded upon an error - the falacious
assumption that energy "comes in the form of discrete packets" -
and 'qm', while approximating physical reality via a
'statistical' approach, diverges from presenting an actual
'picture' of physical reality.

Where 'qm' 'sees' 'discontinuity' and 'chance' Physical reality
is continuous and Deterministic.

It's good to get such matters straightened out.

In this thread's discussion, such has been accomplished.

'qm' is, from this 'point' forward, History.

It's also good to comprehend how it was that coersed consensus
overwhelmed folks' abilities to See-Truth, even within the realm
of Physics.

To gain understanding with respect to this last consideration,
see the adequate introduction to NDT that's provided in AoK.

K. P. Collins





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