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200 times the speed of light an entangled quantum particle changes spin. So, similar to a sound speed of and light speed of where we see the lightening and seconds later here the thunder, I hypothesize there is an effect the human can perceive that is related to entangled quantum particles such that a perceived mismatch in time occurs. MY QUESTION: WHERE OR WHAT IS IT? Help me find it. I hypothetically claim it exists.
I’ll call it the metaphysical illusion or metaphysical intelligence (MI).

It should relate to survival of the fittest DNA preservation needs. It may explain some difficult to disprove psychic claims. For humor the deja vu second day air message to your past😀

Shoulderwarmer 5 Jan 9
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There is a lot of information here and I appreciate all your comments. The hypothesis is the human mind can detect something occurring faster than light or sound can make the human aware and the human can survive better because of the detection such that it would evolve from generation to generation. And entangled quantum particles abilities are the best place to look for a faster detection human ability.

If you have a deja vu experience or an ‘I knew it was going to happen just before it happened’ experience see if the hypothesis would be theory worthy and send me a message about it😀

Your theory is based on a misinterpretation of quantum entanglement though. No information literally travels faster than the speed of light.

Deja vu and the appearance of knowing something was going to happen are processes of your subconscious brain. When something is going on, your subconscious brain is processing hundreds if not thousands of possibilities. When one of those possibilities happens, it makes you feel as if you already knew it was going to happen. One of the best examples for me is when a song is coming on the radio. My subconscious brain is going over countless possibilities as to what song is coming on next. When the song ends up being one of the hundreds of possible songs my subconscious brain was thinking, it feels like I knew ahead of time what song was about to play.

Your brain is an amazing piece of biological equipment that you don't need to downplay with mysticism from a misunderstanding of quantum physics. There are so many neural connections in your brain that if you laid them end to end, it would circle the Earth at least 3 times. 1 neuron can form a connection with up to 10,000 other neurons. They're constantly working to help you understand reality and even predict events.

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@Shoulderwarmer That’s too complicated.

Consider the speed of light and the gravitational attraction between sun and earth. The sun’s light reaches earth in eight-plus seconds. Is the earth gravitationally attracted to where the sun was eight-plus seconds ago, or to where the sun is?

Before you reply, consider the sun’s most distant planet, neptune. Is it gravitationally attracted to where the sun was about 41 minutes ago or to where the sun is.

How fast does gravitational attraction move?

BTW, what is gravitational attraction? Newton didn’t say. It behaves somewhat like a force, doesn’t it?

yvilletom Level 8 Jan 14, 2020
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Pretty sure it has yet to be proven that 2 particles are physically quantum entangled beyond a fraction of a fraction of a nano-millimeter.

A good example would be two LED lights. If they were entangled and you knew ahead of time that when LED 1 lights up blue, LED 2 will be red. When 1 is green, 2 is yellow. You then send LED 2 to the other side of the galaxy while LED 1 stays on Earth. When LED 1 lights up blue on Earth, you instantly know LED 2 is red. That's why they say the information from LED 2 travels faster than the speed of light. You can't control LED 2 through LED 1 and the moment you alter LED 1, you break the entanglement and knowledge of what LED 2 is doing is lost.

There's a lot of woo (bullshit) in quantum entanglement... Well not in it in itself, but a lot of people shove their misunderstanding into it to try and justify a bullshit belief, like psychic powers.

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Could you describe what the concept of "spin" is?

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Sounds like you have not read much on Quantum Mechanics or Physics for that matter. Nothing is moving 200 times the speed of light, we have no way to measure this.

it’s not moving, instead when you entangle the quantum particles and change the spin action of one particle the other particle changes spin action. If you look back to see if the spin changed it is very fast, sources claim it is possibly 10,000 times faster than light. So if you had two mirrors pointed at each other the image would be the same in each mirror. But if the mirrors were separated by a light year the changes would be a year apart. The spin of the entangled quantum particle as I understand it would be faster than one year possibly 10,000 times faster.

So if your human body could detect entangled quantum particles an event of changing spin would be detected 10,000 times faster. You would know it before you either heard it (sound waves) or saw
it (light waves) Einstein’s laws hold true.

The idea would be set up two entangled quantum particles, (like the mirror) change the spin, and read the message in some binary code at great distances. I think the human can do this and the survival senses take precedence making it not easily found. This may appear as I knew it just before it happened feeling, deja vu, predictions, scientific remote viewing claims certain types of information can only be gotten, ect. The organ detecting the quantum entanglement change is not an ear or an eye. This is my hypothesis. This is the 10,000 times faster THEORY—[newatlas.com]

@dalefvictor How certain are you that nothing is moving 200 times the speed of light? Or faster?

@yvilletom Where would it be doing this? Is it moving within space-time or is it outside of space-time? If it is outside, where?

@dalefvictor Space and time exist. Forget space-time; it and gods are imaginary.

@yvilletom So I see you are Newtonian and not Einsteinian. Now I understand, kinda. Quantum Mechanics did not exist for Newton.

@dalefvictor You don’t understand. It’s not Newtonian vs. Einsteinian.

Further, you won’t understand until you at least download, read and understand the free PDF at the www.newtoeu.com website. You won’t need a degree in math or physics to do that.

@yvilletom I have seen several sites like this and I am sorry you found it and think it has any validity at all. I can get a website and a URL to write anything I want. I can even write books and then use them to source my research. Of course, this does not make it any more real than any other thing that has been dreamt up. I used to believe that there were other theories that explained things using a different paradigm, but have read more and more and have decided they have nothing to offer other than confusion and disappointment.

@dalefvictor Your bio says you studied math. How much physics did you study? I studied and did graduate work in both.

How much physical evidence have you seen for space-time? There is no evidence for it but you speak of it as if you accept its existence. There is no physical evidence for the Big Bang. Do you accept its existence?

What did you see at www.newtoeu.com that you question?

@dalefvictor I agree with you, for whatever it's worth. Evil Tom (yvilletom) is trolling.

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Is this post an attempt to mansplain quantum entanglement?

Detritus Level 7 Jan 9, 2020

[newatlas.com]

What if humans like sound or light could detect information (not a particle) Traveled to them at that speed. The time laspe would be noted between sound, light, and quantum entanglement all describing the same event.

@Detritus An attempt to mansplain qe? You’re getting warm.

@Detritus I say you’re getting warm because entanglement may be an attempt to explain the speed of gravity, or gravitational attraction.

Consider the speed of light and the gravitational attraction between sun and earth. The sun’s light reaches earth in about 8.3 seconds. Is the earth gravitationally attracted to where the sun was 8.3 seconds ago, or to where the sun is?

Is Neptune, the most distant planet, gravitationally attracted to where the sun was 41 minutes ago or to where the sun is?

An electric universe website proposes 1,500,000,000 times the speed of light. If you like, go to www.newtoeu.com and download the free PDF.

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How could the change of a particle's spin relate to the speed of anything? Speed is distance over time. There is no distance in the change of a particle's spin.

If the particle has any radius, its boundary would move orbitally as it spins.

@BitFlipper How would the change of direction of spin have distance?

@Stephanie99 the same way a spot on the planet Earth changes as the planet rotates.

@BitFlipper The earth does not change direction of spin. You are conflating quantum physics with classical physics anyways.

@Stephanie99 whatever

No speed is information over time in my question.

@Shoulderwarmer Huh?

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"Help me find it. I hypothetically claim it exists."
What work have you done so far in trying to find it?
What is your science and/or medical background such that any search by us would be understood by you and vice versa?

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Where did you come up with the "200 times the speed of light" if you haven't found it and measured it?

why not 500 times? Why not 1/186,000,000 times (more likely)?

Originally I had an article quoting at least 200 times but here is an article suggesting 10,000 times. [newatlas.com]

@Shoulderwarmer I could write an article espousing anything and then use it as a source of authenticity. This is how Cheney and Trump are propagating false claims. It is all shit.

@Shoulderwarmer About an article suggesting 10,000 times.
Electric universe folk (at www.thunderbolts.info) suggest 15,000,000 times. Quantum physics folk invented entanglement and try to use it.

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Wait wait..... slow down your horses.... You hypothetically claim exist but want us help you find it? 😁😁😁

IamNobody Level 8 Jan 9, 2020

The information exists. [newatlas.com]

But the human detecting the information is my hypothetical claim. And yea I need your help showing the human aware or detecting the faster than light transfer of information.

@Shoulderwarmer Ain't doing your homework dude...nice try though 😊

@Shoulderwarmer My Jan 14 post above asks you to consider the speed of light and the gravitational attraction between sun and earth.
It says the sun’s light reaches earth in eight-plus seconds but suggests that gravitation attraction reaches earth very much faster.

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I have no clue what you are talking about...

One event occurs but there is a time laspe in the information you receive for the same event. Lastly is the sound info to your ears, second to last is light or you see the event, first is quantum entanglement changes. Does that help?
[newatlas.com]

Suppose you see a distant lightning bolt and start counting the seconds until you hear the lightning.

The number you reach is the distance in miles from the lightning to you. It’s not magic, it’s not quantum entanglement, it’s physics.

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