The Platonic basis of Relativity, quantum entanglement, and superluminal 

The relativity of spacetime and the evidence of quantum nonlocality
are aberrations fom classical physics, which is based on Newtonian
physics, where space and time are absolute quantities.  But these
phenomena emerged quite naturally from Leibniz's metaphysics,
which is based on the Cartesian bifurcation of the universe into
two intervening categories of existence: 

a) Mental (Platonic) or monadic existence, which is everywhere now because not 
extended in spacetime.

b) Physical existence,  which is extended in spacetime, and so is always "here 
and now".

Perhaps these are simply different dimensions of existence, but I leave that 
for subsequent study.

Einstein discovered the relativity of space and time intuitively (no doubt as 
an incursion into 
the Platonic or mental realm, as Penrose has described it). Similarly, quantum 
nolocality is
a natural property of Leibniz's (or Plato's) mental space, in which space and 
time do
not have standing, to use the legal term.  

However, since space and time do have standing (exist) in the physical or 
extended world,
but do not have standing (do not exist) in the mental or inextended world means 
while physical particles cannot move faster than the speed of light, 
information, a mental 
property, can be transferred at superluminal speeds. 

This being so suggests that the control of the physical world cannot be 
but comes from the mental dimension

Dr. Roger Clough NIST (ret.) 4/6/2013

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