Entanglement is a matter of the crystallography of nature, first of a crystal mass, and subsequently of the lyotropic aether. It is a percolating echo. Entanglement is defined by crystallography – within the crystal and across the far reaches of the universe. The mechanism is nearly identical in both cases. This is easy to see in retrospect. Entanglement is a rotationally percolating lytropic aether echo, but may also be much like the Wilburforce pendulum in its action. The longitudinal drives the transverse.
The reason that so-called quantum entanglement typically has sub-millisecond decoherence decay curves is because it is an echo. Echoes die quickly, but can carry bits of information back and forth. A contiguous data stream can be obtained simply by supplying more echoes.
Hexagonal crystals sourced with voltage at specific points in the lattice structure produce rotational percolations that naturally push self assembly of re-traceable filaments or traces within lyotropic aether: all classical, all simple geometry. Entanglement follows a self assembling wave guide. Gradient or boundary conditions in mediums, coupled with phase shifts caused by the discontinuities therein, create refractions that describe entangled energy percolations that transfer thru substances, when said conditions represent favorable crystallographic parameters.
Very simply, so-called quantum entanglement is an echo. Since it reverberates more than once typically, it can transfer information in both directions. The short span to decoherence is rectified by repetition and achieves continuous bi-directional data stream propagation. Entanglement wave guides are formed much in the same way as within liquid crystal. We can consider the aether to be like liquid crystal. It can be amorphous, and then it can be structured. We call it lyotropic aether. Entanglement follows a self assembling wave guide through lyotropic aether.
At the tiny, infinitesimally scaled level of the lyotropic aether, point-to-point crystal percolations occur as a disjointed spiral. This induces a group rotation of traces/filaments, because of the tendency of inner ones to engage outer ones: a modified bunching effect. This bunching contributes to a larger than aether-scale rotation of the whole. On the receiving end of entangled echo connections, rotation can be transduced via mesh of graphene or other hexagonal crystal, as the spiraling group percolation induces a rotating signal in the mesh.
So, certain hexagonal meshes can act both as entangled percolation echo endpoints, and as interferometers to “pick” signals from the echo. My reference to the “echo” of entanglement may be a bit simplistic. More likely, it’s really an echo of rotating percolations that act a bit like a Wilburforce pendulum. This explains the echo’s ability to affect the spin of atoms and photons. So the term “echo” is meant to imply a reciprocating transfer of energy, but not necessarily is it meant to imply a direct analog comparison to bouncing balls or canyon echos.
Due to VL >> VT, any transverse waves we measure are only indirectly related to the primary force of the light that built the energy highway and underlies the entanglement action, because power is likely carried by the transverse force. The primary conduit is built quickly, while the power of the more voluminous amorphous/refracted light comes along much more slowly.
The outer bands of the group percolation create an outer structure for the refraction of all portions of the source energy that are not committed to perfectly longitudinal spiral percolations. These “amorphous” bits of energy are guided into slow transverse waves. The spiraling longitudinal percolation traces have short paths as compared to the transverse slow waves. Echos transfer quickly to the ends of the “Wilburforce pendulum”. Perhaps there is a Young’s modulus enhancement due to the maintained stress of the spirals, acting as whole. Young’s modulus may be different for a retraceable aether filament (trace) than it is for amorphous aether, increasing the ratio of Vl/Vt. This latter observation is possible only if you throw away the conventional electrical abstractions (at least for a moment) – in order to see the underlying (mechanical) mechanism.
Hexagonal meshes can represent bi-directional signal transduction systems IMO. They can act as both end-point echo reflectors and interferometers doing signal impression and induction, bidirectionally.
Twisted light lasers and entanglement beams have much in common. Both devices interface with the aether, creating rotating filaments for longitudinal crystal percolations. In the case of entanglement, echoes are created. In the case of twisted light, mass transit paths are created.
What determines the likelihood of beam-entangling a remote object? Entanglement density. In olden days, a bessel vortex laser beam was fed with entangled photons from BBO crystal. Entanglement density was low because BBO is inefficient. Graphene can replace BBO and amplify the density by 1000x.
So called quantum entanglement is just an extension of the CRET forces of chemistry. Entanglement is all about the forces described by crystallography. It is a crystallographic-ally described phenomenon. So-called quantum foam is the aether (academics cannot admit). So called quantum entanglement is an echo, which starts at the exit-edge of crystal’s structure, borne of a combination (within a single ray or percolation trace) of slow and fast waves, repulsing exactly at the exit-edge in order to form an entanglement reverberation.
Say after me: nature’s mode is longitudinal. The action of an LCD (liquid crystal) is borne of dipole-interaction dependent structure. All the energy in the universe uses this mechanism as pathway. Honeycombs are king. Entanglement force is the primary force of light, and consists of longitudinal percolations along retrace-able filaments of lyotropic aether. A bunching of these filaments via the pinch principle produces the vortex forces of magnetism.
Nature’s mode is longitudinal. Ocean waves seem transverse, but are produced only as a secondary after-effect of 100% longitudinal forces (wind and water). Light “waves” are the same sort of thing … The longitudinal percolation of energy thru hexagonal crystal will usually generate a rotation, and this rotation will affect other neighbor filaments to produce a “rope” of filaments that effect a vortex. This explains magnetism.
Entangled connections with infrared light can be initiated with as little as 1/10 nanometer lengths of crystal. Given that infrared light has a 1 micron wavelength, it cannot be transverse waves that cause entanglement. It MUST be longitudinal percolations of point source rays! To get an entangled connection going, you minimize the t-wave interference. This can be done by confining percolating energy to a sufficiently long hexagonal crystal structure, or using static magnetic fields, or a type of interference reduction beam (e.g. vortex bessel beam).
In the “wild” – entanglement doesn’t usually get started because of interference. The interference destroys the proper lyotropic phases needed for entanglement. Within crystals, connections can be made, this due to VL>>VT, which avoids interference for some time til decoherence. Longitudinal percolations through so-called quantum foam (newspeak for aether) – are faster than C due to both travel-path and young’s modulus by at least 1,000x. It “seems” instantaneous and so leads many to perdition. QE rides on nature’s real mode. T-waves are refracted …
FRET and CRET forces say it all. The dipole moment percolations of atomic structures are the drivers for energy moment transfer. This extends beyond the medium boundaries of atomic shells, and to the lyotropic aether. Nature’s mode is torsional and longitudinal percolation. Entanglement is a reverberation of echoes of mostly longitudinal percolations thru the lyotropic non-amorphous state of aether. the FRET force of dipole interactions is incoherent, but the CRET force of dipole interactions is entanglement force.
The longitudinal mode is the base mode of nature. Everything else is a percolation or refraction that looks like a transverse wave, while the percolation itself is not. Sonar and radar could facilitate “echo communications” if the echos persisted. Radar works via a one-time echo. Entanglement works via a longer lasting echo, which communicates until so-called decoherence (the echo dies). Imagine the Newton’s cradle toy, where the swinging ball has a magnitude and direction, and imparts that magnitude to the other side of the cradle, in the effect of an echo. Communication has at that point taken place via an echo.
Echoes can facilitate communication. Two entangled atoms can communicate via echoes, where the magnitude of the echo imparts the communicated data, rather than the frequency. The magnitude is important, even tho the phenomenon is not scalar. All communication is the transfer of vibrations from one atom or photon to another (remote) one. We live at a “big” human scale and need equipment (e.g. radio gear) to play with these vibrations. The atoms themselves can communicate w/o any such equipment, over great distances.
Entanglement is a reverberation of echoes. Echoes can cause information sharing between points of reflection (such as between two canyon walls, or two atoms).
Tesla was right. In nature, there is no transverse mode. What we see as “transverse” is shaping by refractive discontinuities … making large light wavelengths (e.g. 500 nm or 1 um) and small percolations such as in a crystal. Nature’s mode is longitudinal. The longitudinal mode is the base mode of nature. Transverse modes (crystal percolation modes and refractive discontinuity modes) are waveguide formations that include the base mode for effective transfer of moments, but “look” transverse due to the refraction of the waveguide.
Note: the author is a writer on technical subjects in some areas, of novels, and of other literature, but does not have any formal credentials related to the medical field, or in physics. Thus, this all constitutes an opinion of what might be possible, based on his own hobby-level knowledge quests.