New Results of the Baikal Experiment on Forecasting Effect of Macroscopic Nonlocal Correlations

Authors: Korotaev S.M., Budnev N.M., Serdyuk V.O., Kiktenko E.O., Orekhova D.A. Published: 11.09.2019
Published in issue: #4(85)/2019  
DOI: 10.18698/1812-3368-2019-4-56-72

Category: Physics | Chapter: Theoretical Physics  
Keywords: macroscopic entanglement, nonlocal correlations, time, forecast, the Baikal experiment

The long-term deep-sea experiment on study of macroscopic quantum nonlocal correlations of natural large-scale random dissipative processes has been conducted in Lake Baikal since 2012. Correlations of the probe processes in detectors insulated from classical local impacts, between each other and with the large-scale source-processes are studied. These correlations are observed at extremely low frequencies and characterized by the large time shifts. The most important feature of random process nonlocal correlations is presence of a considerable advanced component in them. The dominant source is solar activity. At the same time, the correlations with macroturbulence in the Baikal active layer are revealed. The advanced nonlocal correlations can be applied to forecast the processes with big random component. A forecast series of macroturbulence sea current velocity variations in the active layer, which demonstrated forecast accuracy of the order of tenths of cm/s at an advance of the order of month, has been obtained by the latest experimental data. The possibility of using nonlocal correlations to forecast solar activity in advance of the order of the year has also been demonstrated

This work was financially supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and the Government of the Irkutsk Region (project no. 17-45-388053)


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