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By Menas Kafatos

ISBN-10: 0792304969

ISBN-13: 9780792304968

Bell's Theorem and its linked implications for the character of the actual global stay subject matters of serious curiosity. hence many conferences were lately hung on the translation of quantum concept and the consequences of Bell's Theorem. more often than not those conferences were held essentially for quantum physicists and philosophers of technology who've been or are actively engaged on the subject. however, different philosophers of technological know-how, mathematicians, engineers in addition to participants of most people have more and more taken curiosity in Bell's Theorem and its implications. the autumn Workshop held at George Mason college on October 21 and 22, 1988 and titled "Bell's Theorem, Quantum conception and Conceptions of the Universe" was once of a extra normal scope. not just it attracted specialists within the box, it additionally coated different themes corresponding to the results of quantum non-locality for the character of awareness, cosmology, the anthropic precept, and so forth. themes frequently no longer coated in prior conferences of this sort. The assembly was once attended through a couple of hundred ten experts and different humans from world wide. the aim of the assembly used to be to not supply a definitive resolution to the overall questions raised through Bell's Theorem. it truly is most likely that the controversy will pass on for rather decades. really, it was once intended to give a contribution to the real discussion among diverse disciplines.

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13). Wir werden festellen, dass die ermittelte Länge insbesondere auch davon abhängt, ob in dem System, in dem gemessen wird, die Ereignisse E 1 und E 2 gleichzeitig oder nicht gleichzeitig stattfinden. Zur Veranschaulichung werden beide Fälle jeweils in einem Raum-ZeitDiagramm dargestellt. Ausführlichere Hinweise zur Konstruktion von Raum-Zeit-Diagrammen sind im Abschn. 3 zu finden. 1 Längen zwischen gleichzeitigen Ereignissen Wie in Abb. 7 dargestellt, ruhe ein Stab der Länge x 0 D x20 x10 D l 0 im schiefwinkligen Koordinatensystem S 0 , seinem Ruhesystem.

Es besagt, dass die physikalischen Gesetze in allen sich mit konstanter Geschwindigkeit bewegenden Systemen dieselben sein sollen: dass es also keinen Grund gibt, weshalb ein System gegenüber dem anderen physikalisch bevorzugt sein soll. Wir werden im Folgenden sehen, wie Einstein zu diesen Prinzipien gelangt ist. Nach Einstein sind Raum und Zeit, physikalisch gesehen, unmittelbar miteinander verbunden. Natürlich kann man Raum und Zeit auch getrennt betrachten, nicht nur physikalisch, sondern auch philosophisch.

Das so definierte Linienelement ist also konsistent mit der Bewegung des Lichtes! Außerhalb des Kegels ist ds2 < 0, und wir haben es mathematisch mit einer raumartigen Bewegung zu tun. Dies ist aber, wie wir noch sehen werden, physikalisch nicht möglich, da in diesem Fall die Geschwindigkeit dr=dt größer als c wäre. Wenn aber zwei Ereignisse gleichzeitig zusammenfallen, dann ist dt D 0. In diesem Fall ist ds gleich dem Betrag einer dreidimensionalen Diagonale im Euklidischen Raum, wie wir schon oben gezeigt haben.

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