Spacetime fluctuations as deBroglieBohm quantum potential

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  • quantum potential influences particles instantly
  • quantum potential influences particle and does not have reciprocal action
  • (difficult) measure particle with apparatus of comparable mass
  • (easier) compare QM predictions and SQP predictions on long distance EPR experiment. Long distance here means that incoming spacetime fluctuations (SQP) would affect differently each of the measured entangled particles — which is the distance larger than the length of gravity waves (i.e. larger than 1000km)




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