The Bell Inequality

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otation of the isotropic grid is impossible becaues the grid has no separate parts. It can only develop compressions and/or 'twists' and may do so only in a complimentary way, i.e. for every handed twist there must be one of the opposite hand; for every compression there is an expansion.

True rotation is possible for positional fields only because it can be achieved without quantifiable deviation from the default state.
Because the reaction velocity is proportional to (R^3)^1/2 , the rotational velocity of the field at R must be on the same scale allowing unit angular velocity at D while preventing the field from 'winding up' and storing energy against its default state ( the positional field can't wind up without storing an opposite 'winding' elsewhere). Therefore, the transmission velocity in the positional field with respect to rotation is greater than the transmission velocity in the isotropic grid by a graduating factor [1 to (R^3)^1/2].

When the positional field spins (to keep time), notice of rotation is sent to the Hubble radius in a time adequate to prevent the field from winding up like a spring (without limit); about 10^-23 seconds.

Superluminal velocities are therefore possible so long as non-contradictory qualitive information only is conveyed, such as spin directions (left / right). [See Scalar / Vector ] [Also Theoretical Equivalence]

EPR discrepancies are then resolved by such faster than light velocities and the Bell inequality can be fundamentally resolved without invoking to logical contradictions.


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