Volume 19: Pages 19-28, 2006
Quantum Nonlocality Explained by the Theory of Relativity
Center for Horizons Research, 11608 Birch Spring Court, Cupertino, California 95014 U.S.A.
An enhanced interpretation of the theory of relativity based on spontaneous decay of particles and wave‐particle duality has been presented explaining the observed nonlocality in quantum experiments. A gravity nullification model (GNM) based on the spontaneous particle decay has been developed that provides the missing physics in Einstein's theory of relativity to explain the fundamental relationship between mass, energy, space, and time as one continuum. GNM explains many of the observed paradoxes of existing theories of science, including action at a distance or nonlocality.
Keywords: relativity theory, speed of light, nonlocality, quantum mechanics
Received: August 13, 2004; Published online: December 15, 2008