Hardy, Keith Maxwell
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
August 02, 2020
Distance-time theory is intrinsically a quantum time and space structure because it has both local and nonlocal regions. Hence the quanta is a probabilistic interface between these regions. I use a probabilistic wave distribution and create a rule: events within the waviness obey nonlocality rules, and events external to the waviness obey locality rules. Using this rule, I discuss quantum nonlocal behavior within a distance-time structure. This discussion includes quantum tunneling, entanglement, and time travel.