Thread: Ask a Scientist
View Single Post
  #1419  
Old 28.03.2013, 06:59
Busby Busby is offline
Forum Veteran
 
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Zurich
Posts: 1,231
Groaned at 107 Times in 64 Posts
Thanked 2,060 Times in 687 Posts
Busby has a reputation beyond reputeBusby has a reputation beyond reputeBusby has a reputation beyond reputeBusby has a reputation beyond reputeBusby has a reputation beyond reputeBusby has a reputation beyond repute
Re: Ask a Scientist

Quote:
View Post
Occassionally us lay people come across something that is so complicated to understand without the necessary background that we just sort of ignore it.

But I've come across this statement or similar a couple of times now and would like to know how: 'Twin particles may travel in opposite directions to reach faster than light speeds across vast spatial distances and still remain part of the same system; i.e.they maintain a relationship.'
My question is, how do we know that?
Maybe my question has not been noticed. Thanks.
Reply With Quote