**Introduction**
The preceding two-part article published in Infinite Energy 44 and 45
(see web links to both documents in Bill Zebuhr's Introduction) was
entirely predicated on the proposition that a true physics must be based
on simplicity and causality. If Dirac's equation means what it
says--that it describes everything that waves or every possible
particle--it arguably provides the first basis, simplicity: the universe
must be built of the four kinds of electron which are the roots of the
equation.

We have shown at least plausible ways this might happen, ways that
solve the glaring problems with conventional physics. Moreover, we have
shown direct contact, causal solutions to the problems of the
"electromagnetic field" and gravitation, in which we have shown that
both represent physical, non-local structures, responses the Big BEC
(Bose-Einstein condensate) must make to balance imbalances and maintain
its own integrity.

There are a number of developments, unmentioned in Parts 1 and 2,
which greatly strengthen the case presented there. First, the Nobelist
Dr. Norman Ramsey convinced his colleagues that negative absolute
temperatures made thermodynamic sense.1 Since it is the quantity of
positive energy in a substance that gives it its positive energy
temperature scale, it should be a perfectly obvious corollary that
negative energy must be a prerequisite for negative absolute
temperatures.

This complements our symmetry arguments, and the fact that both the
energy equation and Dirac's equation have negative as well as positive
roots.

Dr. Benni Reznik of Tel Aviv University has demonstrated that the
"vacuum" as a whole violates Bell's inequalities, and so acts like a
BEC. (Bell's inequalities, and the now voluminous proofs thereof, show
that two particles or photons, created in the same event, remain
"entangled" with each other, sharing the same wave function, no matter
how far apart they may move. Thus an action on one instantaneously
causes a complimentary change in the other.)

Dr. Reznik demonstrates that two unentangled probes, inserted into
the "vacuum" at random distances, rapidly become phase-entangled. This
is behavior one would expect from a BEC, not a "vacuum," and can hardly
be understood except in terms of a universal BEC. Since the Dirac papers
insist that the "vacuum" is a universal BEC, this represents an immense
verification of its thesis.

This is only one of a number of demonstrations, recent and ancient,
that entanglement and superluminal effects are real and fundamental
factors. For instance, it has been known since Laplace that gravitation
must act much faster than light, or the earth/sun system would form a
"couple" and the earth would spiral off into space. That gravitation
acts almost instantaneously has been shown by studies of contact binary
stars, which show that it must act many orders of magnitude faster than
light. Astronomer Dr. Tom Van Flandern has shown that General
Relativity, though it gives lip service to the "light speed limit,"
simply goes on to assume instantaneous "changes in the curvature of
space" in its equations, and so is non-local.

Further, it has been known for decades that electromagnetism acts
faster than light, according to a whole series of experimental results
starting with the Sherwin-Rawcliffe experiment and continuing with those
of the Graneaus and Pappas. These experiments all show that changes in
the electromagnetic field must propagate much faster than light,
apparently instantaneously, so that a moving charge has no "left-behind
potential hill." Thus changes in electromagnetic potential must
propagate apparently instantaneously over any distance.

A BEC has been shown by laboratory experiments to be all one thing,
so that an action on one end of a BEC causes an instantaneous reaction
at the other end. Therefore a universal BEC is the only plausible
explanation for these burgeoning superluminal effects.

But we require a further, in-depth look at causality... (continue reading
here)

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Source: http://blog.hasslberger.com/2010/05/diracs_equation_and_the_sea_of.html