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October 7, 2014

Tokamak – an entanglement experiment?

Perhaps an unintended result of Tokamak fusion experiments (with merging beams) was possible entanglement; wherein energy (magnetic? example of magnetic re-connect?) was instantaneously displaced to outside of Tokamak. How is magnetic ‘field’ i.e. magnetic density region, changing outside of Tokamak? Is this a thermodynamic example of energy shifting to a more probable state and location vis a vis entanglement concept? Might soon to be launched MMS Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission satellites shed any additional light on herein alleged instantaneous magnetic re-connect? That is, might the rate of change of magnetic energy density, be given limits?

Cosmic neutrinos re-emerging for Big Crunch, magnetic reconnect, instantaneous egress of mass (a gravity wave patch?) into cone of polar vortex of black hole model for short duration gamma ray bursts, and a set of 3-manifolds’ modified global influence – all being possible descriptions, other than the usual quantum example? Hence a pattern more widely utilized by nature than appreciated?  TMM   For more discussion see  https://sites.google.com/site/zankaon

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  1. […] satellites shed any additional light on herein alleged instantaneous magnetic re-connect? Also see https://zankaon.wordpress.com/2014/10/07/tokamak-an-entanglement-experiment/    […]

    Pingback by Magnetic reconnect: faster than light communication? Tokamak experiment | zankaon — March 13, 2015 @ 12:19 pm


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