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An Idealist Model of Quantum Entanglement

William Treurniet


The occurrence of quantum entanglement has been established empirically, but the underlying process is not well understood. Entanglement is said to exist when a sufficiently high correlation is measured between the quantum states of pairs of particles having no opportunity to communicate. An extraterrestrial cosmology based on ontological idealism is suggested to explain the phenomenon. Particular heterodyning processes in the vibrational energy of consciousness are proposed to create the entanglement. The non-locality of entanglement is typical of other phenomena of consciousness such as remote viewing.

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ISSN: 2153-8212