UFOs and Quantum Entanglement
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Wikipedia on Quantum Entanglement – HERE
That UFOs behave very much like quantum particles – an hypothesis we’ve dealt with early on here, at this blog and our RRRGroup blog – offers the possibility of applying quantum mechanic methodologies to the phenomenon, or its reports, to determine the nature of the things.
During the appearance of multiple UFOs, if the report is extensive and exhaustive (or precise), one skilled in quantum movement and/or measurement, might be able to discern if UFOs act upon quantum principles; that is, do UFOs mimic quantum particles (or waves)?
I am inclined to think they do, after reviewing UFO accounts over the years.
There is also another area that might be explored.
When a UFO sighting or event takes place, is there a concomitant sighting elsewhere at the same time which duplicates, in essential ways, the first sighting under review?
For instance, if a UFO is seen moving erratically in the sky – moving from east to west in a notable way, is there another UFO sighting, anywhere in the world, where a UFO is seen moving in the sky, west to east, at the same time, simultaneously.
Also, if there is one of those queer UFO encounters with beings or an unusual object, can we find another encounter, elsewhere, at the very same time, that duplicates the behavior and features or aspects of the initial reported sighting?
Another take on quantum entanglement – HERE.
Quantum mechanics, as a theory of reality, is tough to understand, and quantum entanglement more so, perhaps.
But if UFO researchers want to be rehabilitated as serious persons with a serious methodology in their arsenal -- ufology – quantum theory should be considered.