Infinite Wave Resolution of the EPR Paradox
An infinite wave model of the photon is used to show that for light incident on a glass polarizer the transmitted and reflected photons originate in different parts of the beam. The presence of a second polarizer induces reflection and transmission zones in the incident beam. The position of these zones is affected by the orientation of the second polarizer which can thus determine whether a particular photon is transmitted or reflected at the first polarizer. It is this influence of the remote polarizer, specifically excluded by EPR, that resolves the paradox.
KeywordsSource Plane Critical Plane Glass Polarizer Transmission Zone Glass Interface
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