Macroscopic Nonlocal Correlations in the Data Obtained in New Deep-Water Measurements

Authors: Korotaev S.M., Budnev N.M., Serdyuk V.O., Kiktenko E.O., Orekhova D.A., Gorokhov Yu.V. Published: 12.05.2021
Published in issue: #2(95)/2021  
DOI: 10.18698/1812-3368-2021-2-52-70

Category: Physics | Chapter: Theoretical Physics  
Keywords: macroscopic entanglement, nonlocal correlations, time, prediction

Macroscopic nonlocal correlations of random dissipative processes manifest at extremely low frequencies, meaning that observing them involves long-term experiments that maintain highly stable conditions in the detectors. This motivated the Baikal experiment, which investigates correlations between helio-geophysical processes featuring a high random component and test random processes in the detectors installed at various depths in the lake and at a remote land observatory. In the latest year-long experiment series, we focused on the data coming from the bottom detector, the one best protected from classical local interference. The results confirm that correlation with solar activity dominates the detector signal and, at the same time, it is easy to distinguish a forward correlation with thermodynamic activity in the upper active layer of Lake Baikal. The presence of this significant forward nonlocal correlation made it possible to simulate a realistic forecast of the active layer temperature a month ahead. We also detected an unusual diurnal variation in the relatively short-period spectrum of deep-water detector signals, presumably associated with the reemission of solar radiation by the Earth surface

The study was supported by RFBR (RFBR project no. 20-05-00001)


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