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  1. The information in the information paradox is the variables that mathematical projections are using to describe the object; mass, color, density, structure, position, velocity and number of "atoms". The holographic principle appears to have sub layers per object solution ..not just large volumes of space. Every object has its own mathematical object associated with it. Entanglement is when multiple quantum waves use the same complex mathematical object. All quantum behavior is using complex numbers with uncertainty. The holographic principle is based on the projection of mathematical o
  2. As I understand it, when a particle/anti-particle pair is created they must have opposite spins in order to conserve angular momentum. In experiments it has been shown that when the spin of one of the pair is measured, the spin aligns itself with the direction of the measurement and will always be 'up' or 'down'. If the spin of the other particle is measured then it will be anti-correlated with its partner's direction even when the measurements are separated by great distances. My question concerns what happens if the experiment is done in curved spacetime. Will the the measured spin dire
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