EPR stands for a paper about Quantum Mechanics, written by Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen in 1935.
This page: Introduction to Quantum Mechanics Entangled Pairs and Human Logic.
Entangled pairs are made of 2 particles simultaneously emitted by an Emitter in two opposite directions along a common trajectory.
For simplicity, this gravimotion interpretation of Nature
deals with particles electrons only; an electron is occurring just as Mother Earth does, having a north magnetic pole defined by its rotational axis, called tilt in this interpretation; an electron may be tilted any value from 1 to 360 degrees. The tilts are counted counter clockwise with respect to the trajectory chosen as reference, and to start with the 2 electrons of any entangled pair are considered identical twins that is having identical tilts.
An electron magnetic axis is represented here with a red/green bar with a small "n" at the north green end. Figure 1 represents an entangled pair emitted at 60 degrees.
The electrons end up being measured by 2 detectors, called polarizers in science, as shown Figure 2, and represented here with green/red circles for their South (S) and North (N) poles.
The Left Detector is oriented at ΘLD
(read: theta ell dee) while the Right Detector is oriented at ΘRD
When an electron North Pole matches its detector's North Pole as illustrated in the left of Figure 2, the detector flashes a GREEN signal. When the particle's and detector's North pole do not match, as is the case in the Right Detector, a RED signal is flashed.
Let's consider a group of 180 pairs in which the two electrons are tilted from 10
; they are all flashed GREEN by detector A set at 00
; yet 60 electrons only are flashed GREEN by detector B, those tilted from 1210
, while those tilted 10
are flashed RED by B.
Clearly 60 over 180 or one third of the pairs flash IDENTICAL GREEN GREEN colors (abreviated GG in the following) and two thirds flash DIFFERING colors GR.
Because of the symmetry, one third of the pairs flash IDENTICAL colors and two thirds flash DIFFERING colors, when considering the bottom 180 to 360 degrees range.
We, human beings, expect that one third of the pairs will flash identical colors and two thirds differing colors.
This text is in red because the measures provided by the physical experiments do not provide this one third two thirds distribution.
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