Abstract:   Experiments with entangled particles and various interpretations of the experiments are usually combined under a common term ‘Quantum Nonlocality’. This work analyzes the term of ‘nonlocality’ and gives brief overview of the known interpretations of the entangled particles paradox. A model of the physical vacuum as a superfluid is proposed. Structures forming in the superfluid physical vacuum that surround a particle can give explanation to the quantum entanglement phenomenon.

Key Words:   entangled particles, quantum nonlocality, superfluid physical

Posted in:   3 Causal Approach to Quantum Phenomena

Article Reference:   1518

Article Status: Published in Proceedings

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