Luis Gonzalez-Mestres
Quantum Mechanics, space-time, preons and entanglement
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ABSTRACT. In two previous papers, we discussed the possible origin of Quantum Mechanics from a contradiction between the space-time geometry as seen locally at the preonic level inside vacuum, and the macroscopic space-time used in standard physics. The implications of the spinorial space-time (SST) at cosmic and local levels were given particular attention and were used as a mathematical illustration, but other possibilities were also considered. This crucial role of preon dynamics naturally includes a possible superbradyonic structure of vacuum, with a
preonic critical speed much larger than the speed of light c . We discuss here the expected role of superluminal preons inside the physical vacuum in connection with entanglement and the violation of Bell inequalities.