A Meta-mathematical Approach Toward an Explanation of Entanglement: A Topological Model
Mark Edward MacDowell, Ramakrishna Puligandla
The intent of this brief article is to answer the logical question, “What sort of mathematics could be used to explain how non-locality (entanglement) happens?” The interest here is that, although physicists agree that entanglement is a real phenomenon, thus far no physical or mathematical explanations of this phenomenon have been put forward. The present article takes a logical meta-mathematical approach searching for a plausible explanation. A Moebius topology is used to describe the relationship between matter and anti-matter, thereby pointing to an explanation of non-locality. What are the physical implications of this topology? How would it show up in the laboratory?