Some Thoughts upon Long-Range Interaction and Entangled States

Author: Bo Lehnert

ABSTRACT
The problems of long-range interaction and associated questions on entangled states are reconsidered in terms of a recently developed revised quantum electrodynamic theory by the author, as being applied to subatomic systems. There are indications that the theories of relativity and quantum mechanics do not necessarily have to be in conflict. But more investigations are required for a full understanding to be obtained on these problems.

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Journal: Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications


DOI: jemaa.2018.1012015(PDF)
Paper Id: 89467 (metadata)

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