Quantum Entanglement Results from Quantum State Transition at Fast-Than-Light Speed with Matter Wave's Phase Velocity
preprintposted on 01.06.2021, 15:34 by xinye wang
Quantum entanglement is a primary feature of quantum mechanics and probably results from the quantum state’s conservation and the quantum state’s transition with the matter wave’s phase velocity at the fast-than-light speed.
The quantum state transition of entangled particles proceeds with the phase velocity, while the observer measures the process with the electromagnetic or the light speed. This speed difference makes the causality law no longer fully valid except in certain areas