Space and time are extremely refined in the material domain. Here differentiation can be made in infinitesimal terms. This is not so for the space and time in the field domain. This difference is because of frequency.

The frequency is very high in the material domain. It is of the order of magnitude that applies to the nucleus of an atom. Here the individual cycles have become infinitesimal and cannot be distinguished from each other. They form a continuum in which we can measure space and time to extreme accuracy.

However, frequency is much lower in the field domain. It is of the order of magnitude that applies to the electronic region of the atom. Here the individual cycles can be distinguished and they have a finite value. Space and time cannot be determined with accuracy because their refinement is limited to the coarseness of the cycles.

The uncertainty principle arises only for the field domain because of the coarseness of cycles. This is the quantum phenomenon.

]]>A pulse with little inertia moves at near infinite speed through the field. As inertia increases with frequency the pulse slows down. It is like the wavelength decreasing with increasing frequency.

So wavelength is the distance covered instantaneously. This explains quantum entanglement. It is the instantaneous effect over a wavelength. Quantum entanglement has to do with very low frequencies, where the wavelength is very large.

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