BELLS'S THEOREM OF INTERCONNECTEDNESS bell's theorem is the theorem that proves that all of reality is connected faster than the speed of light

make the distinction between the word connected and the phrase "speed of light"

look at it is this way...

a woman and a man begin a relationship

the woman picks up on some of the habits of the man

the man picks up on some of the habits of the woman

the realtionship finishes and they go their seperate ways

regardless of how far apart they are both of them now do some things the other one does

an example might be the woman puts a bit more sugar in the cake mix and the man fluffs up his pillow before geting into bed

the things they do aren't travelling between them at the speed of light but because they were connected at some time in the past

and that's how it is with physical matter

it was all connected at the moment of the big bang and the particles are still connected in terms of...

 because it is such an important theorem, some say the most important theorem in science, it needs to be explained in as many different ways as possible to make it as accessible to as many people as possible there are four ways that immediately come to mind... the first way is by way of an example the second way is the experimental way the third way is by logic the fourth way is through mathematics

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example

imagine there are two dice, one at the west end of the universe and one at the east end of the universe

west                                                                   east

now imagine you are at the centre of the universe watching the telly

while watching the screen, for no particular reason, you turn your head and look east

when you look east you can see the side of a dice that shows the four dots

then you turn your head and look west and you see another dice and that too is showing the side that has four dots

and then you go back to watching the telly

while you're watching the telly someone moves the dice on the east side of the universe so that the side of the dice with five dots is now facing you

west                                                                 east

then a little while later, again for no particular reason, you turn your head and look east and you see that the dice that was showing four dots is now showing the side that has five dots

then you turn your head and look west and you see that the other dice is now showing the side that has five dots as well

you're thinking about the dice and the numbers and the distance and the speed of light when you remember you were watching your favourite tv star and go back to watching the telly

 2 experiment mirror                                                               two synchronized dice guns                                              mirror                                                                                  300 000 kilometres or 1 light second because there is a one chance in thirty five of both of the dice showing the same number then the law of averages says that the reflection will show that once in every thirty five times you look at the number reflected in the mirror... so every sixth dice...

 3 logic

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