For all who attended the Battles in Quantum Mechanics event last Saturday, Jim Goodman asked me to send out the following:

I realized after the talk that I had found experimental evidence that there were spooky errors in QM and Relativity that had been attempted to be explained by statistical error (standard error in me...asurement). The talk pointed out that in the 1890-1900 period there were errors in experiment that opened new fields of theory in the period 1905-1930. We now are in a similar period I think (2001-2050) where the random tick of an atomic clock in a satellite makes the difference of the clock extreme as time passes and where the spooky action at a distance that proves QM can be explained by static electricity.

The ideas need to be supported to be proved. Help me with your thoughts.

Jim Goodman