From the book: The Essential Secret of the Jews, M. Brushtein
An Atom – Is A Product Of Unification
“About one hundred seconds after the big bang, the temperature would have fallen to one thousand million degrees, the temperature inside the hottest stars. At this temperature protons and neutrons would no longer have sufficient energy to escape the attraction of the strong nuclear force, and would start to combine together to produce the nuclei of atoms of deuterium… .” (Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow, A Briefer History of Time)
Interestingly, it took only a minute and a half after the universal explosion, and the process was reversed. Figuratively speaking, matter, torn to shreds, began to recover.
A question arises. Are we heading to the original state or, perhaps, to something else?
This question requires a special investigation that is why we will leave it to better times and move on to more pressing things. For example, to atoms—the concrete results of the policy of unification.
“The atom (from the Greek, ‘atomos’ – indivisible) is the smallest particle of a chemical element that retains its properties. A positively charged nucleus is in the center of the atom, which focuses almost the entire mass of the atom; electrons, forming the electron shells, which size determine the size of the atom. The atomic nucleus consists of nucleons—protons and neutrons.” (Academic Dictionary).
It seems that the process of unification began to gain momentum. Separate, distinct in their properties, elements are becoming united into a whole system.
Interestingly, what is the behavior of the quantum – the smallest amount of any physical property, of the substance or radiation, which a system may have? (Academic Dictionary) What about its unification? It turns out very well. Some researchers even apply the term “social” to the quantum.
“Quanta are highly sociable: once they share the same identical state, they remain linked no matter how far they travel from each other.” (Ervin Laszlo, The Interconnected Universe)
The above statement is confirmed, for example, in the experiment conducted in Switzerland.
Researchers from the University of Geneva attempted to detect the coordination of “entangled” photons. It turned out that the “entangled” photons, put far apart from each other, “managed” to change their states absolutely synchronously. The speed of coordinated reaction of photons exceeded the speed of light a thousand times!
We are talking about a phenomenon that is also called “quantum entanglement.”
“Quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon that occurs when pairs or groups of particles are generated or interact in ways such that the quantum state of each particle cannot be described independently – instead, a quantum state may be given for the system as a whole.
Measurements of physical properties such as position, momentum, spin, polarization, etc. performed on entangled particles are found to be appropriately correlated.” (Wikipedia, “Quantum entanglement”)