In classical physics, nonlocality (action at a distance) is a direct influence of one object on another distant object, in violation of the principle of locality. In quantum physics and quantum field theories, the term nonlocal means that correlations cannot be described by any local hidden variable theory. Such a form of non-locality does not allow superluminal communication. Many states which possess entanglement produce such correlations when measured, as demonstrated by Bell's theorem. This has been verified experimentally implying the absence of local hidden variables underlying quantum mechanics. In a recent publication it was found that quantum mechanics cannot be more non-local without violating the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. (wikipedia)

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Compound Interetheric
Figure 3.00 - Infinite Number of Atomoles or Alphanon filling all Space
Figure 3.19 - The Observable forms from the Non-observable
Figure 3.20 - The Observable Disappears into the Non-observable
Mind in Matter
Mind over Matter
Mind to Mind
P.E.A.R. Proposition
Quantum Entanglement
Remote Viewing
Sympathetic Oscillation
Sympathetic Vibration

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