No information can be transmitted through an entagled system in such a way that it travells faster than light.
And concerning the oppression of free energy, ripleofdeath: back up your claims, because I disagree:
I can go pull water out of the river for free, but you notice how water infrastructure is still making profit? Sure an oil company might not want a better energy source, but that wont stop a competitor for funding reaserch in that area.
Govornments supressing better energy sources? If a country could devellop something that remarkable, they would become the superpower rather quikly; the technology would be worth quite a bit itself, not to mention it would allow an industrialized country to turn out goods much more efficiantly, and thereby increasing profit tremendously. Lost money from oil taxes would not even scratch the gains.
-Andrew
All the above except the grammar is a nonsense. Disprove the theory on my blog. I will regurgitate it here for your convenience:
PROOF
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A circle of a given circumference has a relationship to its radius in the following way:
C = circumference of a circle
C = PI x D
D = diameter
Π = Constant approx 3.1415.....
Angular frequency is the number of times something goes around a circle.
One revolution of a circle is equal to 2Π radians.
Hence
ω = 2Π / T = 2Π f = V / r
ω = angular frequency or angular speed
T = Period of revolution or time in seconds of a revolution
f = frequency (Hz) (cycles per second)
V = tangential velocity around center of circle(m/s)
r = radius of a circle
Should you have a circle of radius A and an electromagnetic wave traveling on the outer rim of that circle, part of the wave or the magnetic field is actually traveling faster than light.
Imagine a superconductor ring with a circumference of C and radius R. If the magnetic wave is measurable above the ring at some radius (R + r'), where r' is positive, than the wave must have been measured at 2 x П x (R+r') = C' where circumference C' is greater than circumference C ie. C' > C.
Example:
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Assume a magnetic wave at the surface of a superconductor ring is traveling at a velocity of 90% the speed of light. The speed of light is about 300 million meters per second and 90% of the speed of light is 270 million meters per second. If the wave can be measured at a distance of 130% the radius of that ring, than it is moving faster than light.
Since angular velocity is
ω = 2Π / T = 2Π f = V / r
The angular velocity for all parts of the wave is the same. From the equation above the relationship between velocity of the wave at the base and at the top and their radii is
Vtop / (R + r) = Vbase / R
Vtop = Tangential velocity at top of wave
Vbase = Tangential velocity at base of wave
R = radius of circle at base of ring
r = radius of ring at top of wave
This means that
Vtop = Vbase x (R+r) / R
= 270 million m/s x 130 /100
= 351 million m/s
= 117% the speed of light