Quantum Physics


Entanglement Versus Untanglement: no-no go-go Copyright © 2018 by Colin James III All Rights Reserved.

Authors: Colin James III

We evaluate the combinations of pairs of variables as untangled and entangled units for completeness when applying their combined probability on the interval ]0,1[. Because the equations as rendered are not tautologous, the approach of entangled and untangled units is suspicious. We conclude that there is no tautological basis for sub-system states of entangled or untangled units in quantum theory.

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