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Volume 6 , Issue 2, PP: 87-96 , 2020

Title

A Review on Superluminal Physics and Superluminal Communication in light of the Neutrosophic Logic perspective

Authors Names :   Victor Christianto   1 *     Florentin Smarandache   2  

1  Affiliation :  Malang Institute of Agriculture (IPM), Malang, INDONESIA

    Email :  victorchristianto@gmail.com


2  Affiliation :  Dept. Mathematics & Sciences, University of New Mexico, Gallup, USA

    Email :  smarand@unm.edu



Doi   :  10.5281/zenodo.3841630


Abstract :

In a recent paper, we describe a model of quantum communication based on combining consciousness experiment and entanglement, which can serve as impetus to stop 5G-network-caused diseases. Therefore, in this paper we consider superluminal physics and superluminal communication as a bridge or intermediate way between subluminal physics and action-at-a-distance (AAAD) physics, especially from neutrosophic logic perspective. Although several ways have been proposed to bring such a superluminal communication into reality, such as Telluric wave or Telepathy analog of Horejev and Baburin, here we also review two possibilities: quaternion communication and also quantum communication based on quantum noise. Further research is recommended in the direction outlined herein. Aim of this paper: We discuss possibilities to go beyond 4G and 5G network, and avoid the unnecessary numerous health/diseases problems caused by massive 5G network. Contribution: We consider quaternionic communication and quantum communication based on quantum noise, which are largely unnoticed in literature. Limitation: We don’t provide scheme for operationalization, except what we have provided in other paper.

Keywords :

quantum entanglement , quantum communication , consciousness , superluminal communication , action at a distance.

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