The realization of the physicists Bohr and Heisenberg that our world resembles a huge network of quantum information, whose parts constantly “telephone” with each other – is this maybe the explanation for the fact that close people can perceive each other or communicate telepathically even over great distances? [continue reading]
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04.05.2022 | www.kla.tv/22422
In this program we illuminate a further astonishing aspect of the quantum-world. The physicists Bohr and Heisenberg discovered that quanta had the amazing ability to influence each other once they were in contact. They maintained this contact over arbitrary distances in an almost uncanny way. The motions of one subatomic particle – which is smaller than an atom – for example its magnetic orientation – affected the other particle at the same time, regardless of how far apart the two were. Physicists called this observation quantum entanglement. The quanta seem to be in a constant exchange of information. The realization that our world resembled a vast network of quantum information whose parts were constantly “calling” each other continued to amaze the many scientists who later observed it. Is the quantum entanglement perhaps the explanation for the fact that humans who are close to each other can perceive each other or communicate telepathically even over large distances?