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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2011.9.4.420

A Meta-mathematical Approach Toward an Explanation of Entanglement: A Topological Model

Mark Edward MacDowell, Ramakrishna Puligandla

Abstract


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?

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Entanglement; Topology; Moebius

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