Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Quantum Entanglement or Primary Angular Momentum

Photonics.com has published an article on quantum entanglement. Basically, they are saying quantum entanglement is modeled based upon the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (HUP). The HUP is based upon Planck's constant, which in the Aether Physics Model, refers to a quantum quantity of primary angular momentum. When this quantum of primary angular momentum remains in a single Aether unit, it is a subatomic particle. When it explodes outward, it is an expanding wave of primary angular momentum and is called a photon.

The observation of Quantum Entanglement is evidence in favor of the APM model of the photon. According to the APM, the photon does not leave its source until its expanded angular momentum contacts another object, which then absorbs it.

The image shown comes from the photonics article. The depiction of quantum entanglement looks so similar to the expected photon of the Aether, that one must assume the two concepts are describing the same phenomenon.

The Standard Model derives the quantum entanglement idea from a mathematical probability theory, whereas the APM derives the photon structure from discrete physics.

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