[On the EPR paradox]Both the electron and the positron can be measured at places so distant from each other that no signal passes between them - its too far apart for light to travel that fast. Yet after the fact, we find that if one was spin up, the other was spin down, properly cancelling the other. How do they do that? God is a possible answer to that question. Perhaps quantum mechanics actually requires God in order to work! He functions as the great bookkeeper of the universe, seeing that what needs conserved is conserved across all time and space.
Paul of Eugene OR, Internet Infidels 11 Comments
[4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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