21- entanglement of non-identical energy

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Entanglement of non-identical energy

When a 2-D e+-/e-+ particle becomes disentangled from its 2-D e-+/e+- partner as a result of interaction with a high energy 1-D photon (e.g., gamma-ray), it may become entangled with that photon - but as it does, the photon converts to a 1-D neutrino or anti-neutrino, a structure capable of alternating e-m directionality toward or away from system center with each e-m interaction, and therefore able to become entangled with a 2-D e-+/e+- particle - although this probably produces a weak entanglement.

An entangled 2-D e+-/e-+ particle and 1-D neutrino/anti-neutrino particle both consist of alternating e-m directionality with every e-m interaction, but since they possess different dimensionalities and are therefore not identical, they cannot interchange identities, and as a result, they do not possess optimal directional balance.

Do the entangled 2-D e+-/e-+ particle and 1-D neutrino/anti-neutrino experience each other as mirror images, existing next to each other, with no directionality, including spin, charge, time, and additional space between them from the instant of their creation?  Since they possess different dimensionalities, the 2-D particle with a gravitational energy gradient (i.e., mass) and its 1-D partner with little or no gravitational energy gradient (i.e., massless), it is likely that they experience directionality between them.  For example, the presence or absence of a gravitational energy gradient may result in a different frame of reference for the 1-D energy versus that of its 2-D partner. In any case, the center of gravity will be skewed heavily toward the 2-D particle - so the entangled energy system will not be balanced in that regard.

When a 2-D e+-/e-+ particle and its 1-D neutrino/anti-neutrino partner become disentangled, if they are “isolated” (not interacting with another energy system), the 2-D e+-/e-+ particle will convert to an electron and the neutrino/anti-neutrino particle will convert to a pair of entangled photons at the earliest opportunity - because the electron possesses a lower energy level structure than a positron, and the photons that compose a neutrino/anti-neutrino particle possess a lower energy level structure.

 

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21- entanglement of non-identical particles

 

To explore traditional views on electron-antineutrino interactions, see "Neutrino" on Wikipedia.