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So far, only God understands the science behind Quantum Entanglements.

Quantum physics can be proven, but not yet explained.

Quick Quote – Source – Jeff Hilles

A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – In 1935 Albert Einstein published a paper in which he coined the term, “spooky action at a distance”. This was the beginning of the study of quantum mechanics and the eventual term that emerged, quantum entanglement. In its simplest description, a particle that changes its state can result in the opposite state change with another particle… on the other side of the universe, nearly instantaneously.

In 2022, three physicists won the Nobel Peace Prize in physics for their work in this field (details here). However, to date, no one but God has an understanding of how communication or state changes between particle pairs potentially billions of miles apart can occur.

For man to say, “there is no God” speaks to both our arrogance and our naivety on what lies ahead, as science moves toward an increasing understanding of what the Creator has created.

AuthorJeff Hilles | BCWorldview.org 

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  1. Your review states that Einstein’s 1935 paper was the “beginning” of the study of Quantum Mechanics. Nothing could be further from the truth. The theories of Quantum Mechanics were formulated in the early 20th Century by men such as Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, Max Planck and others.
    In fact, Einstein never accepted Quantum Mechanics. He was a strict Determinist.
    If you’re not sure of the facts, don’t make stuff up, thinking no one will notice. Some people will notice, and it makes you look bad.

    • Joe, thanks so much for your thoughts. True, quantum mechanics is not in my wheelhouse and was not the real point of the brief post. However, the following quote comes from what I feel is a reliable source. “How Einstein ever got tagged as antiquantum is almost as big a mystery as quantum mechanics itself.” This quote, along with other details on Einstein’s contribution to the field comes from an article in Scientific American entitled, “What Einstein Really Thought about Quantum Mechanics”.

    • Carl Rooker
      Admittedly Einstein’s “relationship” with Quantum Mechanics was complicated.
      My contention was with the statement that his 1935 paper on Spooky Action was the “beginning of the study of Quantum Mechanics”, which is not even close to being true.

    • I get it, but there are those who disagree. Scientific American did an article that offered an opposing view, which stated, “As he and others have shown, Einstein accepted that quantum mechanics was indeterministic—as well he might, because he was the one who had discovered its indeterminism.”However, the real point of the post was about unanswered questions in science the Creator of the universe has an understanding of.

    • Thanks for your thoughts, Ken. A careful reading of this short post would suggest that it is not so much that I see “entanglement” in the Bible more than I see an omniscient God in the Bible.


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