Fine tuning: Weirder quantum effects would be wilder than current ones
|March 10, 2017||Posted by News under Fine tuning, News|
From Stuart Clark at :
Particles can become entangled when they interact, and once they do, no matter how far apart they are, measuring the properties of one automatically fixes the properties of the other – changes its socks, as it were.
Einstein decried this “spooky action at a distance”, yet many experiments have shown it is an essential ingredient of our world. “Without quantum entanglement, we could not have quantum theory as we know it, and quantum theory is the basis of chemistry, our semiconductor industry, even life,” says Caslav Brukner of the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information in Vienna, Austria.
But here’s the really weird thing. There’s nothing stopping the quantum world having different levels of underlying correlation. (paywall) More.
That’s probably where the fine-tuning comes in.
See also: Atheist cosmologist warns “deeply religious” people not to put their faith in “apparent” fine-tuning
Fine-tuning: Copernicus, you are not going to believe who is using your name. Or how.
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