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# Stumblers Who Commented On This Page

## Proffet

### Proffet

Blah, einstein's only fault is that he believed in fate.

## asorel

### asorel

one step closer to universal domination...

## edelbrp

### edelbrp

Einstein didn't reject Quantum Theory, he rejected the statistical nature of QM calculation. It is like all you can do is look at the pose of a bowler to judge the changes he will make a strike on his throw. Einstein said that if you knew all the forces accurately enough, you could model and predict exactly what would happen. These are so called 'hidden variables'. Just because you can't measure them doesn't mean they aren't there. To support his view of the absurdity of QM, he published the EPR paper which showed, using QM properties, that 'Quantum Entanglement' would have to be possible. That is that two particles created together in such a way as to have the same linked properties (like polarization or spin) wouldn't have their properties realized until their Quantum 'wave collapsed' (e.g. the photon hits something). This is what he called "spooky action at a distance". His implied argument is that the particles simply had the same properties at creation. It turns out that EPR is right and hidden variables are wrong as Bell predicted a way to test and Alain Aspect later performed experiments using Bell's equations to physically measure entanglement vs. hidden variables.

## lrdbyron

### T \'om

YES!

## SonOfEvil

## SonOfEvil

"first device that seemed to follow the quantum rules that Einstein was the first to realise applied to light waves" bollocks!