- Conference date: 11–14 June 2012
- Location: Vaxjo, Sweden
The problem of quantum entanglement of two spin-1/2 particles is faced in a conformally invariant geometric framework. The configuration space of the two particles is extended by adding orientational degrees of freedom and quantum effects, including entanglement, are derived from the conformal curvature of this space. A mechanism is proposed where the space curvature and the particle motion are in mutual interaction and it is proved that this feedback between geometry and dynamics reproduces all quantum features of the two-particle system. Entanglement, in particular, originates from the residual nonlocal interaction among the orientational degrees of freedom of the two spinning particles.
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