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Should mathematics not be your bag, simply ignore Equation 2 and jump to the paragraph printed in green color below.

Equation 2 below, while concurring with Quantum

Provided the pairs are evenly distributed when emitted, those tilted between 1

In order to match the physical measures and Quantum Mechanics

**When the detectors are oriented 120 ^{0} apart as in Figures 2 and 3, the particles evenly tilted from 0^{0} to 135^{0} when emitted will be, according to Equation 2, deflected and measured between 0^{0} and 120^{0} by both Detectors; these explicit deflections precisely coincide with the physical measures and Quantum mechanics statistics.**

This explicit interpretation is written in green because it is in agreement with both experiments and Quantum Mechanics probabilities.

Let us choose the Θ

Equation 3, a derivative of Equation 1

Equation 3 modifies θ

In these conditions one quarter identical measures instead of one third identical measures will occur, provided the emitted electrons are evenly distributed over the full 360

In gravimotion's interpretation of Nature, the 2 detectors are instead located far away from each other, are independently set and independently measuring the entangled particles.

All in all the 2 detectors' physical distant separation is incompatible with Quantum Mechanics inextricably entwined angular difference.

In short Equation 1 inconsiderate use of the detectors

Let's face it such angular difference is not a physical entity, nor are

Nevertheless Quantum Mechanics Equation 1

Yet the pairs' two particles COMPLEMENTARY state is also acting tacitly on each side of the emitter over distance just as if the 2 particles were connected through a physical rod playing the role of instantaneous communication betwen the two.

These just mentioned 2 tacits behaviors are now individually acting in concert with each other, on each side of the pairs' emitter, no matter the distance. This distant tacit collaboration is now justifying EPR's hidden variable.

When the detectors are set 120 degrees apart, Quantum Mechanics stipulates that only an infinite number of pairs emitted will provide the 25% 75% distribution. The Cyber Experiment proposed here reveals that 3 essential factors are actually at play:

- The number of pairs must be a whole of 8.
- The particles angular orientation must be evenly distributed over the entire 360 degrees spectrum; as such the number of pairs to be emitted can be 8, or 16, or 24, or 32 up to an infinite number the later only being considered in Quantum Mechanics theory and experiments.

Should one choose to emit 24 pairs, the pairs should be seperated 15 degrees from each other; such details, even though essential, are totally ignored in Quantum Mechanics. - And as mentioned above the pairs' complementary aspect is of the essence.

The computer simulation labeled Cyber Experiment reveals that this complementary factor may be interpreted either as the 2 particles of any pair being emitted at 180 degrees from each other or the two particles being emitted with identical orientation.

When complementary pairs are emitted 3 quarters flash same colors 1 quarter differing colors. When twins are emitted 1 quarter flash identical colors 3 quarters flash differing colors.

All pairs' configurations that are neither complementary nor twin fail to provide the 1 to 3 quarters distribution.

In addition the Cyber Experiment proposed in this application disclosed another result usually not mentioned in science; the 25% 75% distribution is also occurring when the detectors' orientations differ by 60 degrees, 240 degrees and 300 degrees.

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