Only Quantum Objects may use the Quantum Road

So-called quantum entanglement is confined to quantum objects such as photons, electrons, atoms, and molecules. Automobiles are not entangled with other automobiles, but atoms are entangled with atoms, photons with photons, and photons with atoms. You get the picture. So, we can say that so-called “quantum” entanglement is an atom-to-atom connection, or photon-to-photon connection, or a quantum object to quantum object connection. Why is this the case?

It’s the case that quantum objects take the quantum road. Obviously, that road is too small for the entire automobile as a single connection. The world of quantum acts completely differently than the world of automobiles. The quantum world is of the infinitesimal realm of things. So the quantum road, naturally, is also of the infinitesimal realm or things. This is exceedingly obvious by observing the way quantum entanglement works. They call it quantum entanglement, but I call it various things such as aether entanglement or aether crystal entanglement.

I call the phenomenon of “spooky action at a distance” by those terms, because the quantum road is defined by crystallographic terms, and the nanotech world operates at the level of crystallography.  The science of nanotechnology indicates a world that operates very differently than the observed human scale world.  The properties of nanoparticles are so much different than the properties of aggregate molecules such that an entirely different mode of thinking is required.  The different properties of nanoparticles, which operate in the quantum realm, enable strange things such as supra-magnetism and superconductance.  Those strange properties also enable the so-called quantum entanglement echoes.

Yes, I call them echoes, while physics in general calls them nothing – simply preferring to ignore them excepting for what they have formulated as a resultant “wave function.”  The wave function is nebulous, and requires statistical magic to make it work (once in a while).  This is because it is incorrectly defined as only a wave, and not as the composite energy flux that in the nano/crystal/quantum world is the default.

Entanglement, regardless of how you view it, must be admitted to the crystallographic realm.  All known means of generating entangled quantum objects at less than radioactive energy levels rely on crystals.   Not only that, but in every case, these crystals are very special crystals, having a property known as bifringence.  This bifringent property means that the “echo signal” that carries quantum entanglement can take multiple paths (and not necessarily ONLY the unbending straight line that is assumed by experiment).

Typically, the crystals used are beta barium borate, silicon nitride, diamond, or graphene.  Now, readers of my blog have grown accustomed to my words describing aether as a lyotropic crystal.  Not all crystals are human scale and shiny like a diamond.  Some are nanoscale, and possess energy that can travel the quantum road.  The quantum road is self assembling, self aligning, and self propagating lyotropic aether.  Energy provides the motive force for the assembly.  

When energy is large, the bifringence of the aether becomes very apparent.  A lightening strike can etch a fractal design onto a flat surface that it hits.  This is evidence of an underlying structure of the universe that is bifringent.  I say the aether is, in addition to the other things I’ve just mentioned, bifringent.  Hence, it IS the quantum road.


The Universe has a Crystalline Nature

The Universe has a Crystalline Nature

In the macro human-scale world we work with what our eyes can see, and with what the devices we build can do to augment what we see. Our eyes are a 43 millimeter focal length equivalent, with a 118 degree field of view. We tend to see the person at the party, and not the tiny mole on her shoulder. We take pictures of birthday parties, but usually not the drip of wax on the candle. For the most part, we ignore the small stuff in life.

So it is with energy observation. We observe the electrical charge built-up by the vortex motion of zillions of aether dipole moments, but not a singular moment of any corpuscle of the aether. It’s too small for either our eyes or our equipment.

So, how does the aforegoing make a depiction of the universe as being defined by crystallography? The answer is, damned near everything is a crystal. The periodic table has atomic number and mass and such, but it also has a crystallographic annotation as well. When atoms combine singly or with other types of atoms in order to form molecules, a type of structure is formed by the alignments of the dipole moments of those interacting atoms and molecules.  This structure is colloquially defined as “crystal” structure, even when its irregularity does not present as a shiny diamond or crystal of ice.  Generically, everything is a crystal under some circumstance of temperature and pressure, including water.

But, we see crystals at the macro level of the human scale.  We see a crystal only when  billions of them have accumulated, such that our 43mm eyes can resolve them to images in our brains.  With very, very rare, expensive, and intense equipment, built only recently by humans, we may see a fuzzy outline of an atom.  But, atoms do not make the smallest crystal.  The aether makes the smallest crystal.  That recently developed equipment, stored under guard in switzerland, is not able to resolve the dipole moments of the aether’s lyotropic crystal.

Like water, the lyotropic aether is not always regularly-crystalized.  It is at one time amorphous, and at another time structured, like water is at one time amorphous (liquid), and at other times structured (ice).  What causes the transition from water to ice is the subtraction of energy.  What causes the transition to regular-crystal structure in the aether is the addition of energy.  It is in some ways backwards from matter interaction.  It is the compliment.  The action of lyotopic aether carries the attribute of self-assembly, self alignment, and self propagation.  In this way is is somewhat like a particular form of matter, the liquid crystal of the LCD display.


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.