DOES QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT THEORY EXPLAIN THE NATURE OF TRUE LOVE?
I am a bit of an armchair/amatuer Physicist and have recently been reading a lot about quantum computing to see what direct effects or improvements it may have for film and VR technology over the next decade. But it was one of the main theories underpinning QC, entanglement theory that piqued a surprising 'romantic' interest. In quantum physics, "entanglement states that particles remain connected so that actions performed on one affect the other, even when separated by great distances."
If we are made of billions of atoms and electrons, are we not then connected to our loved ones in the same way? Is this why absence makes the heart grow fonder or some of us feel an ESP when we know our family or loved one needs us desperately?
I will be making a further more detailed interpretation into this subject, aided by a Harvard Physics Alumni friend and a leading British Philosopher, and will publish my findings shortly.
Watch this space!
- Mono Ghose, filmmaker & amateur physicist