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EPR Paradox Solved by Special Theory of Relativity

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This paper uses the special theory of relativity to introduce a novel solution to Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox. More specifically, the faster-than-light communication is described to explain two types of EPR paradox experiments: photon polarization and electron-positron pair spins. Most importantly, this paper explains why this faster-than-light communication does not violate the special theory of relativity.
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