JAMP  Vol.8 No.5 , May 2020
Quantum Coherent Entangled Hydrogen Atom Non-Locality
Abstract: The discovery of a data based informational wave pattern infuses coherent entanglement into the system. This discovery of how to add coherent entanglement into the model provides the missing key, that has opened the door to understanding the universe. It is found that the inclusion of coherence and entanglement at the start of the system is extremely simple and in fact it is so simple that it has simply been overlooked. Entanglement and coherence are the most fundamental aspects of our universe. It is demonstrated that the basic model of the hydrogen atom is made from the CMB. If we add entanglement into this basic model of the hydrogen atom a math system called Wave Pattern Entangled Math is unveiled. This system of wave interference mathematics creates a data system in which entanglement and coherence can easily be understood. The final outcome is an unbreakable pattern of information, including entangled energy, entropy, spin, universal expansion, compression, velocity of light, C2, and Quantum Coherence.
Cite this paper: Moody, M. (2020) Quantum Coherent Entangled Hydrogen Atom Non-Locality. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 8, 737-752. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2020.85057.

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