ENTANGLEMENT as well as YIN//YANG of the TAO.

L' Entanglement rappresenta una fondamentale possibilita' innovativa della Fisica Quantistica di realizzare processi di simultaneita' nel tempo non casuali i quali riconducono ad una reata realta non piu probabilistica ( vedi ad es : http://phys.lsu.edu/~jdowling/talks/UCSD07.pdf
Saro lieto della comprensione degli artisti di Quantum Art Group Italy (QAGI) e di tanti altri amici del fatto che come nel caso di YIN/YANG,  l' Entanglement sovrapponendo una realta quantistica probablistica         ( + PQ ed e la sua immagine speculare - PQ ) invece di ottenere probabilita zero ( cosa valida per numeri reali ma non per numerazioni probalilistiche che si comptano come onde in fase e fuori di fase ) si ottiene  la probabilita al quadrato ( che da' una soluzione positiva) cosi' che tramite l' ENTANGLEMENT ( = "intrigo o sovrapposizione di onde di probabilita'), diviene possibile che Yin si riconduca ad Yang e viceversa come e' descritto fin dalle origini cinesi della alchimia , dal noto simbolo del TAO. 
Spero nella condivisione di questa idea propria dell' Era dell' Entanglement (vedi su facebook) che non ha una portata solo scientifica ma anche culturale ed artistica. Paolo Manzelli 25/OTT/2011

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Comment by Paolo Manzelli on October 27, 2011 at 10:56am

Launch of a International KIC on the issue : Quantum Entanglement in Nano-science & technology. 

Dear collegues  ,
Egocreanet (www.edscuola.it/lre.html) would launch an cooperation KIC ( Knowledge Innovation Community ) on the issue "QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT in NANOTECNOLOGY" .see preliminari Info in Facebook at the address http://www.facebook.com/groups/ENTANGLEMENT/?ref=ts  , facebook.com/pmanzelli.lre
Quantum Entanglement can be the  main arena to share and to imagin and to understand in the near future the change of properties in the nano-scale dimension. . 
I hope you and some your colleagues will be interested to collaborate to such iniciative. Please tell me . Very Cordially Paolo Manzelli <pmanzelli.lre@gmail.com>OCT/27/2011- FIRENZE

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