Quantum physics and paranormal phenomena

The news item about the three physicists who won this year’s prestigious Nobel Prize caught my interest.

“Alain Aspect of France, John Clauser of the United States, and Austria’s Anton Zeilinger were honored for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science.

“Each scientist conducted groundbreaking experiments using entangled quantum states, where two particles behave like a single unit even when they are separated.”

The Nobel Committee said, “The results have cleared the way for new technology based upon quantum integration.”

What struck me in the news item was the statement, “Zeilinger was highlighted for his work in quantum teleportation, which makes it possible to move a quantum state from one particle to one at a distance.”

Zeilinger clarified that this is not like the Star Trek movie where a crew member stranded on a planet can be teleported to the spacecraft Enterprise by simply asking Spock to “beam him up.” “But the point is, using entanglement, you can transfer all the information which is carried by an object over to some other place where the object is reconstituted,” said Zeilinger.

I am not a physicist, nor any type of scientist. I cannot claim to understand the mind-boggling findings of quantum physics, regarding the properties and behavior of subatomic particles. But similar things happen in the paranormal universe.

Take, for example, the idea of quantum teleportation that Zeilinger observed in the behavior of entangled particles. In the macro-level, teleportation also exists. A person can be in one place but can suddenly disappear and then appear simultaneously in another place quite far from where he was originally. I have even witnessed an actual teleportation of a high school student in a Catholic school, South of Manila.

The student who was one of five students exhibiting spirit possession was being brought to the chapel in the school to pray. All of a sudden, one of the students, whom we shall call Shirley, disappeared as they entered the chapel. The priests and her parents looked for her all over the place. She was nowhere to be found.

Shortly afterwards, another student came running to the priests, shouting that Shirley appeared crying in the football field, which is quite far from the chapel. Shirley said, when she entered the chapel, she blacked out or lost consciousness. When she opened her eyes, she found herself in the football field and cried.

According to quantum physics, a subatomic particle can jump from one orbit to another at the speed of light which is against the law of Law of Relativity, as formulated by Einstein.

There are other phenomena that occur in the paranormal field that behave exactly like subatomic particles. For example, a physical object can change depending on whether it is observed.

As the great quantum physicist, Niels Bhor, said, “Those who are not shocked by quantum theory cannot possibly have understood it.”

Even the great scientist, Albert Einstein, could not accept the theories of quantum physics, calling them “incomplete.” And he once called the theory of quantum entanglement, “Spooky action at a distance.”

Maybe quantum physicists should take a more serious look at paranormal phenomena, rather than merely laughing at them.

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