1.0   Spinning around in circles

If Einstein should be given credit for something in his otherwise scientifically unproductive life it is EPR. When he left Solvay,
he was a wounded animal swearing on his mother’s grave that he would get back at the Copenhagen Gang. They had upstaged
and embarrassed him. Now it was his turn to teach them a lesson. So before he retired to Princeton and moved on to politics, he
threw an enormous wrench into the idiotic mathematical machine of Quantum Mechanics. Together with two colleagues, he
devised the Einstein, Podolsky, Rosen (EPR) experiment, another enormous thorn in the side of QM even to this day. What
Einstein didn’t realize is that EPR is also a formidable argument against the rest of Mathematical Physics, meaning against his
beloved relativity.

So what is EPR?

Let us assume that a spin-less particle spontaneously decays into a positron and an electron which instantly travel in diametrical
directions. The law of conservation of angular momentum requires the particles to be oriented in opposite directions irrespective
of the distance that separates them. Einstein postulated that the spin on one end is necessarily opposite to the spin on the other.
But how can this be if the two particles are on opposite sides of the Universe? How does one particle transmit it’s location and
motion info to the other?

Before I continue, notice that I use the term 'oriented' to characterize the phenomenon known as 'spin.'

You ask: ‘Isn’t spin a dynamic phenomenon? Does it make sense to talk about the orientation of spin of a top? Shouldn’t we be
talking about direction of rotation or angular momentum instead of orientation?’

Yes. In the rational world of Physics we do. In the demented world of Mathematical Physics, however, the mathematicians were
compelled to develop incongruous and contorted language to sweep their ignorance under the rug so that nosy reporters
couldn’t get to it. As always, language has a purpose, in this case to talk Math and imply Phyz. In Physics, spin means rotation.
Think of a ball. When the basketball player says that the ball spins, he means that the brand twirls around periodically around
the ball like Jupiter’s Great Spot or a horsy on a carousel.

So? In how many ‘orientations’ can a ball spin?

Well, in Physics, a ball can spin in only one direction: I’ll arbitrarily call it clockwise (CW). That’s it. End of story.

You ask, ‘Can’t it also rotate counterclockwise (CCW) or at an angle to CW?’

Aaah, but this assumes an extrinsic reference. It could also rotate backwards and forwards from the observer’s perspective, but
the ball looks at itself and says that it always spins in one direction. To talk about CCW, forward, or head-over-heels the ball must
use an earlier direction as a reference. This requires memory.

So what is the mathematical notion of ‘spin’ and how is it related to the conceptually static word
orientation?

The answer is that, in Mathematics, spin is a bizarre concept that even its inventors cannot explain. The mathematicians have
replaced CW and CCW with numbers: spin 1, 0, ½, -1 and so on. They also redefined the word orientation.

(You wonder what the word 'orientation' could possibly have to do with Mathematics. Orientation is a qualitative word. What use
would they have for this in Math other than to attempt to interpret the physical world, in which case we must use the physical
definition. Can the mathematicians perchance add and subtract orientations?)

So what in the world can a spin ½ be, for example? Does it mean that the ball rotates but stops at 180º from
its starting point?

Not exactly. The incongruous language developed by mathematicians has to do with calculations and measurements and not
with what happened or is. A mathematician doesn’t care what the ball is or does because this would have to do with Physics.
A mathematician by nature is an autistic person and does not comprehend qualitative stuff. The mathematician is bent on
understanding things strictly from a quantitative perspective. He has been conditioned to believe that Math is equivalent to
science. CW is a qualitative phenomenon. This is Physics, and a mathematician abhors Physics. The mathematicians aren’t
interested in whether the hands on a clock tick CW or CCW. The mathematicians are interested in the seconds and the minutes
and in adding them to make a day. This is Math. In a similar vein, the mathematicians are not concerned with whether a ball spins
CW or CCW. (It is significant that the Wikipedia definition of spin does not even contain  the terms clockwise and counterclockwise!
And yet more significant is that you will not find a single illustration!)

The mechanics ‘measure’ the orientation of the ball:

“ the spin is pointing in the +z or -z directions respectively, and are often referred to
as ‘spin up’ and ‘spin down’.” [1]

[The spin is pointing? Spin up? What kind of ‘tops’ do the mechanics play with?]

Think of orientation if you can as ‘degree’ of spin. For instance, assume you make a mark on a cylinder and rotate it 180º, but
instead of seeing the mark with your eyes, you certify this by assigning numbers to different locations of the mark around the
cylinder. If the mark is on the opposite side you call it half spin, implying (but trivializing) that the cylinder rotated half way. If
you can run an experiment in which you can tell that the mark is always in that position, you can say that the cylinder is always
found with spin ½. If you rotate it a full time around you can call it spin 1. If you rotated it twice around you can call it spin 2. If
you rotate it CCW, you call it spin -1, and so on. Of course, the mathematicians never rotate the thing. They just read off the
numbers.

So they do not know what is physically occurring. They are just describing a repeatable observation with numbers. This is
as close as you’ll get to an understanding of this enigmatic parameter known as spin (and to how the static concept
'orientation' is related to this dynamic concept).

Fortunately, scientist Mooney takes the trouble to clarify for us the exact, unambiguous, super-duper, scientific meaning of
spin:

“ Nobody really knows what spin is, much beyond the fact that it is an attribute of
an elementary particle… Although we do not have a deep understanding of what
spin is, we do have a mathematical description of how it behaves… One thing we
have noticed is that spin behaves a lot like angular momentum” [2]

He is wrong of course! If quantum spin were anywhere similar to CW or CCW rotation (qualitative) or angular momentum
(quantitative), it would be quite easy to visualize. We have no trouble visualizing, for example, the CW spin of a top or the
angular momentum of the Earth. But spin is like neither. When the mechanics say that spin is 2 or ½ or -1 and invoke
conceptually static words such as 'orientation' or 'pointing' to characterize this parameter, they are not referring to dynamic
concepts such as (qualitative) CW or (quantitative) angular momentum. In QM, spin is a static concept, something like finding
a mark on a table. As indicated above, the mathematicians have no idea of what they’re talking about. They just use spin
numbers and theorize in circles for hours and run experiments without understanding what they're doing. Then they publish
a paper and get Nobel Prizes.

Hence, Mathematics cannot help us understand what physically occurs during EPR. Firstly, the mathema- ticians have not
defined any of the parameters they use for EPR unambiguously. Then, in the particular case of spin, whether a photon spins
CW and CCW or is oriented looking downwards or upwards this is a qualitative matter. However, we must concede that if a
measuring device detects the difference between a spin ½ and a spin -1 it is because there is something physical occurring
in the experiment irrespective of whether the mathematician understands the cause or not. The mathematicians have never
understood that qualitative issues only require visualization. Until they visualize they don’t understand, and it is a waste of
time to throw math at the problem. It is as a result of the mathematicians’ insistence on numbers that we ended up with ½
spins and with spin up and spin down ‘orientations.’

Let’s now simplify and present EPR in physical terms so that we can explain it to a rational person rather than to an idiot of
Mathematics. Let's see if we can cut through the mathematical red tape and understand what happens during EPR. Think
of an atom that simultaneously shoots two photons or electrons in opposite directions (Fig. 1). EPR states that if a
mathematician verifies that the particle at A physically spins CW, her partner verifies that the particle at B spins CCW.
Conversely, we can look at a static scenario as oftentimes described. We 'measure' that something (we will call it spin) is
pointing upwards. At the other end, our assistant 'measures' that spin in his side of the world points downwards. The reader
should realize that this creates insurmountable problems for the particle hypothesis. How can we model this phenomenon
with particles if according to relativity no ‘information’ can travel faster than light? How did one photon ‘know’ what happened
to the other?

In 1982, Aspect  performed a series of polarization experiments to confirm that EPR was indeed a reality of nature. [3] [4]  Now
we must explain in a rational way (what relativists call ‘classical physics’) how nature performs this magic trick. The key, of
course, is in elucidating the physical configuration of the invisible entity that performs this ‘miracle.’
 Okay Al! I am drilling in a clockwise direction as you asked me.
 No you're not, Steve! You are drilling in a counter clockwise direction! I can see it from here!
 Oh brother! That's what I get for relying on the employment agency.I asked for one carpenter, and they sent me two mechanics!
 I'm telling you that the rope is twirling clockwise, Newt!
 This is fun. I should probably let them make asses of each other for about another hour.
 And I am telling you that the rope is turning counterclockwise, Steve!
 Adapted for the Internet from:Why God Doesn't Exist
 Particles have no way of simulating entanglement

2.0   The ridiculous explanations the ridiculous religion of Quantum Mechanics offers for EPR

So how is it that the mechanics explain EPR?

Let’s begin with the main problem, which is that the mathematicians insist on explaining this phenomenon with particles. Since,
these particles have a common origin and then drift apart, at some point they will be so far away from each other that there is no
rational way to explain how they can communicate instantaneously.

Therefore, our bright mathematicians had to invent the most absurd theories to explain EPR and convince each other and the
public that the explanations are rational because they are supported by Mathematics and Nobel Prize winners. All the
contemporary physical interpretations of EPR are irrational and not really much different from the explanations the
mathematicians offer for the slit experiment:

quantum weirdness or magic (that’s just the way our Universe is) (description
rather than explanation)
hidden variables (there are unaccounted for factors that influence the experiment)
(and I guess some day in the future someone will discover these factors)
many worlds (the particles interact in parallel universes; meanwhile let’s continue
talking about black holes and wormholes)
time travel (particles from the future interact with particles from the past).

Up front, it is evident that none of these physical interpretations have any mathematical basis. The inventors devised these
supernatural physical interpretations because they had no rational way of explaining the phenomenon with particles. If
Mathematics were the language of Physics, all of the mathematicians would arrive at the same conclusions. This is clearly not
so.

The most heated debates have traditionally taken place around the hidden variables proposal. The many worlds and time travel
are more recent explanations. Hidden variables is one of those contorted ‘I don’t know’ explanations that quantum offers. Bohm
suggests that there is instantaneous communication between the particles and that this is not in contradiction with Quantum
Mechanics. [5] [6] He argues that there are unobservable local factors or factors that cannot be measured which comprise a
universal wave function. The wave is everywhere, and so instantaneous communication is not out of the question. Bell  counters
with a now famous theorem in which he shows that QM forbids a theory of ‘local hidden variables’. [7] According to Bell, since in
QM particles do not have a well-defined physical state such as position and momentum and QM makes no provision for the speed
of light between distant objects, the limits imposed by Bohm’s hidden variables are outside the predictions of Quantum Theory.

Today, the mechanics claim to have an impressive series of ‘hidden variable’ experiments along the lines suggested by Bell that
weigh in favor of Quantum and against common sense, intuition, and local reality. [8] However, Deutsch and Hayden insist that
Bell’s Theorem is irrelevant.  [9] They argue that all QM info is localized. (So again, which of these mathematical sages is the true
representative of QM? Wasn’t Mathematics supposed to be an exact science? Wasn’t quantum theory supposed to be complete
and beautiful and mathematically perfect?) Price  resolves EPR with many worlds. [10]  Stenger resolves it with reverse time
travel. [11] So many versions! So many theories! Choices, choices! Who should we believe? The answer is that it is the refusal
of our idiotic mathematicians to abandon the particle hypothesis that has led them to these supernatural ‘physical’ interpretations.
To quote Bohm:

“ progress in science is usually made by dropping assumptions!” (p. 199) [12]

The mathematicians simply have to drop their assumptions. Unfortunately, they are cranks in positions of power and here's the
definition of a crank:

" it is widely accepted that the true hallmark of the crank is not so much
asserting that the Earth is flat as making this assertion in the face of all
counterarguments and contrary evidence...No argument or evidence can
ever be sufficient to make a crank abandon his belief." [13]

3.0   How to embarrass a mathematician

The rope hypothesis makes the mathematicians who believed in the fantastic explanations for EPR look so much like fools that it
is not even funny. Pull a rope parallel to your line of sight and look at one of the ends. Have your friend hold the other end. Twirl it
clockwise. Your friend should see it twirl counter-clockwise. (Fig. 1). This explains what the morons at the Riverside Physics FAQ
could never explain with Mathematics:

" If photon 1 is found to have spin up along the x-axis, then photon 2 must have
spin down along the x-axis, since the total angular momentum of the final-state,
two-photon, system must be the same as the angular momentum of the initial
state, a single neutral pion.  You know the spin of photon 2 even without
measuring it.)...However, QM prohibits the simultaneous knowledge of more
than one mutually noncommuting observable of either system.  The paradox of
EPR is the following contradiction: for our coupled systems, we can measure
observable A of system I (for example, photon 1 has spin up along the x-axis;
photon 2 must therefore have x-spin down), and observable B of system II (for
example, photon 2 has spin down along the y-axis; therefore the y-spin of
photon 1 must be up), thereby revealing both observables for both systems,
contrary to QM... QM dictates that this should be impossible, creating the para-
doxical implication that measuring one system should "poison" any measure-
ment of the other system, no matter what the distance between them. [14]

We’re done! How many relativists does it take to replace a light bulb anyways?
 Fig. 1   (Dynamic) EPR in a nutshell
 An atom shoots two photons (or electrons) in diametrical directions. Ifone of the photons is confirmed to be spinning CW (or up in Fig 2 below), the other instantly spins CCW. Question: How does one photon ‘know’ what happened to the other, especially if they are light years apart?
 Fig. 3   Dynamic EPR (genuine spin: rotation)
 EPR states that if an atom emits two quantum ‘particles’ in opposite directions, they haveopposite spins. If we compel one particle to reverse its rotation, the other one instantly does the same. How does one particle communicate what it’s doing to the other? The mechanics have concocted all sorts of supernatural explanations for EPR, including time travel and other worlds.
 Fig. 4   Static EPR
 Fig. 2   Static 'spin'

In fact, for all those mathematicians who still harbor doubts, here's the quantum version of a group of researchers who still have
no idea what they discovered. You will see the rope before your very eyes and 'spin' comes down to static orientations or dynamic
CW/CCW rotations of EM threads! The researchers merely have to drop their ludicrous assumption that electrons are particles.
 end, the rope is oriented down-up. We're done!The ONLY way to explain what the Quantum mathematicians 'observe' in their labs is with acontinuous agent such as a rope! You cannot explainthis phenomenon with one way waves or particles. The mechanics should have realized this decades ago, but Bohr and Heisenberg told them that it is impossible to imagine this in the macro world. The mathematicians bowed to authority and never brainstormed further.
 Under the rope hypothesis,EPR is among the easiest phenomena to explain. Stretcha rope parallel to your line of sight. If it is spinning CW, the other end spins CCW. End of story! To think that it took 80 years to resolve this simple observation! The mechanics have no shame!

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