A Superluminal and Local-Causal Physical Ontology
Chapter 9. Causality in the Epr Paradox: Part 1. The Physics
I argue in the following sections as follows: A fixed highest criterial velocity for all velocities in Special Relativity is in fact a convention for a layer of inquiry. Quantum physics wants to consistently avoid action-at-a-distance from within such a criterial velocity, but finds at the same time luminal-level non-causality in the EPR non-perplexing. Causality for some parts of the universe must be reasonably connected to any alleged non-causality in other parts. Even in “non-causal” processes, something must exist in extension-motion. Then “probabilistic causality” is a mere epistemic term. Every part of a quantum process is ontologically causal, including in the entanglement experiment, if Special Relativity can be made to allow real superluminal velocities with their own causal cones that will be causal for them. Then action on one entangled particle causally results in change in the second particle. This makes finite, real and causally local superluminal velocities possible in quantum physics. Let me begin.
One mind-boggling conceptual paradox in QM is the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (abbr. EPR) paradox (1935). The critical dilemma today about the place and extent of causality in QM is much due to EPR. From the subjectivist-mystical QM point of view of a group of scientist-thinkers (Fritjof Capra, Gary Zukav, Amit Goswami, Dean Radin etc., already mentioned earlier), microcosmic and macrocosmic causality will be based on identification or mixing of freedom and subjectivity with some sort of objectivity (with or without objectual-ness?), and at times with a simultaneous dissociation of freedom from causation, where one tends...
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