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How does quantum entanglement contradict Einstein's theory of relativity?

Answer #1

The basis of the theory of general relativity is what we may
call Einstein's third postulate- the principle equivalence. State
this principle and briefly describe three experimental results that
demonstrate the success of the theory

Answer the following questions about Einstein's theory of
special relativity:
a) Describe the assumptions of this theory and ask me how I
can observe the time and space in a system that is uniform in
velocity (v). I'm at a standstill
b) If the car approaches me at a speed (v) while sending a
horn (vibrate f1) and a headlight (f2), find out the two
frequencies observed by me.

1. Assess Einstein's contribution to quantum theory and it's
relation to black body radiation.

It is often said that as a result of Einstein's theory
"everything is relative" Try to explain to a friend why the theory
and in particular the postulates have actually the complete
opposite premise to this phrase. (Use your knowledge from
relativity to explain)

Einstein changed the game with his General Theory of Relativity.
This theory describes how matter tells space how to curve and
curved space tells matter how to move. What are the issues with a
2-D model of space as a giant rubber sheet? How does it correctly
model space-time and how does it fail to do so?

Special relativity:
Amy and Britney are twins. Britney travels into space at the
speed of 0.8c and Amy remains on Earth. If Amy observed the trip to
take 12 years, how long would Britney observe the trip to take?
With reference to Einstein's theory of special relativity, explain
the difference in the answer.

what are the two scales at which quantum mechanics and general
relativity are each working well? why is general relativity failing
at the scales of quantum mechanics

Theory Of Relativity real or not?
Explain Special and General Theories of relativity in your own
words and what they mean to you

explain quantum theory

In Einstein's photoelectric effect how do surface
electrons get energy to escape the metal.
Does it have to do with work function of the
metal?

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