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Quantum entanglement…the frequency of touch?

Evidently, quantum entanglement effects are the phenomenon associated with touch. When two atoms are briefly conjoined, then are pulled apart, they can communicate across distances instantly–if you jiggle one atom the other responds in kind. This is a non-local effect, but the entanglement is accomplished locally.

Maybe the imprint that is imparted once two atoms are joined in a specific context is a definition of locality that is on a higher frequency than light itself. The transitory and brief nature of the quantum “touch” leaves an imprint, which persists as long as the entanglement remains intact. Perhaps this is an ultra low density wave, which operates like a “phantom limb” (a phantom touch) and this is a frequency that remains so a communication conduit can be utilized.

Since it appears that the nature of this touch might contain some information, has anybody tried to “imprint” specific information on an atom through touching in much the same way that the entanglement occurs between two atoms? I know of two types of quantum entanglement: one where photons are split, then another where atoms are linked in entanglement. Maybe, if the integrity of the information was conserved through transit, the information could be used to make an imprint upon an atom, thus engaging the entanglement effect. Thus, the imprint could carry the imprint of the message at faster than light speeds, as has been demonstrated by quantum entanglement effects. Does it make a difference whether information is an imprint upon an atom? Seems like that might make a crucial difference, since the imprint is caused through touching (with two atoms) as has been done in other experiments. An imprint of information may not have the same characteristics as actual information.

Is there such thing as a “ghost” of information? A phantom limb of information? Could information be entangled with an atom then later transmitted if it was an imprint?
The proposal for an experiment is as follows: encode a photon with information, then split it into two photons. Capture and hold one of the photons, but aim the other photon at an atom so it leaves an imprint upon it. Then, use the atom that was captured to produce the link between atom and photon….
That should read, “Use the photon that was captured”…
Charcinders: the process of the touch itself is not the same as the imprint it leaves behind. That is like saying a limb is the same as a phantom limb…!
However, I will add that there might be energies that interact faster than light and on smaller scales that realized on when an imprint is created..

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I have a few issues with your terminology. First of all, the word ‘frequency’ is a very well defined term in physics. People who try to make metaphysics out of quantum physics often will use phrases like ‘on a higher frequency’, as you did. But that simply makes no sense. On a higher frequency has no meaning in physics. Well, it does, but it doesn’t mean what you intend it to mean. There is no nebulous idea of levels of frequencies. On a higher frequency would mean that there is something oscillating faster. Oscillating faster does not imply phantom phenomena.… Read more »

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Quantum entanglement, with the quantum wave property, are keys to a general theory of natural organization.. And because these quantum effects are the only experimental evidence from which one can justify and construct a hypothesis where enough details can can be justified and described of a distinct cause that can only be described from its effects as it acts constantly addition to all the forces. Such is a cause that, in Bohmian quantum mechnics, is called the quantum potential, and that acts constantly so that matter remains in its naturally organised forms as atoms, molecules and living organisms and despite… Read more »

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Quantum entanglement and non-locality is called spooky action at a distance according to Einsten. I personaly think that tachyons are the perps.

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Sounds to me like you have started by assuming an effect and are trying to come up with a possible mechanism to explain it.

Touch is caused by mechanical pressure, which is caused by electrons in the outer shells of atoms in the skin and the surface repelling each other electrostatically. In the quantum model they do this by exchanging photons, which I think implies that the “message” travels at the speed of light.
If you are right then an electric current in a wire would travel faster than light, because it is caused by similar interactions between electrons.

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I think there might be a little bit of wishful thinking here, although it’s a good concept you have going. There is a big problem though, which is that any form of “communication” between these two particles would violate relativity, since any measurement one one particle affects the other INSTANTLY, regardless of the distance between them. Special relativity states that no information can travel faster than the speed of light. This has been experimentally verified too – two entangled particles were taken a distance of greater than 100 km (I can’t remember the exact number) apart. A measurement was done… Read more »