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Of course, such a connection exists and quantum nonlocality clearly indicates this. But if God exists (as I personally have no doubt), then He is the Cause of this connection, but not the connection itself.
No, it doesn't exist. No interaction can travel faster than light, much less instantaneously.
Regarding quantum entanglement, which was mentioned here by previous commentators , it is not necessary to interpret it as an instantaneous connection. This is not a connection, but a correlation, there is a difference. Myths about” eerie long-range action ” arise when trying to describe a quantum system in the language of classical logic, which is simply not applicable for this. If you look at the formulas of quantum field theory, you will not see any superluminal interactions.
And here bozhenka was added – it is not clear at all
I don't see the end of the question on my phone, so I'll only answer about instant communication. In general, of course, no signal can travel faster than the speed of light. However, there is the phenomenon of “quantum entanglement”, when a pair of particles is located in a single quantum system, and by measuring one particle, we can instantly determine the parameters of the other, although there may be light-year distances between these particles. However, it is rather doubtful that ALL the particles of the universe are in such a relationship, if only because not all particles interact with each other at all (for example, neutrinos or “dark matter” particles). So, it's unlikely.
It depends on what is considered a connection. For example, can the interdependence of entangled photons, which is theoretically possible at opposite ends of the universe, be considered a connection?
For the totality of connections, there is a more appropriate word than God — singularity or wholeness. You can imagine that our universe is a knitted sweater. Each loop is a particle. Is it possible to tie an entire sweater from one thread? Yes. You can link several threads of different colors, but with the possibility of interaction between them. If we pull on one loop (photon), and another one is tightened, then they are on the same thread, have the same nature, one past reason for existence.
The word God most often means intelligence in some form. The mind presupposes some processes taking place inside and outside it. That is, the interaction of internal parts with the outside world. If the whole universe is one big consciousness, how can it understand that it is consciousness? Imagine a thinking person with no sense organs. What processes can take place in such consciousness? These will be externally random processes determined only by the internal conditions of the interaction of parts, which have no goals other than the realization of the possibility of movement. Can such a whole (but purposeless ) process be called consciousness?
If, in the end, the universe reaches a state of equidistant non-interacting particles, if the sweater unfolds into a long thread with individual knots, or even if all the loops unravel and only the thread itself remains-zero wave vibrations, then there are no more thoughts left in our world-mind? So what? So God isn't immortal?
You can call anything God, even the space between the buns in a cheeseburger, but the problem is that this way you introduce a new meaning for the word “God”, which is definitely incompatible with the way God is understood in a Christian context. We live in a Christian culture.