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Originally posted by bobs_uruncle
reply to post by Larryman
It looks like it is mainly about information transfer via spatial compression using quantum entanglement. Meaning you program or "imprint" two particle(s) or particle systems with identical characteristics which "links" them and then you can separate them by vast distances (billions of light years). One responds orthogonally to the other and there's your "instantaneous" communications as the compression takes pragmatic advantage of a quantum ER Bridge. I'd like to see them do it with matter, I've been trying to figure out the matter problem and its lack of structural integrity for years.
Cheers - Dave
I'd like to see them do it with matter, I've been trying to figure out the matter problem and its lack of structural integrity for years.
Originally posted by yampa
Doesn't the title "Instantaneous Physics" automatically eliminate the possibility of any real physics?
All motion requires time. The universe is made of moving particles. No moving particles, no universe.
Newton believed in 'action at a distance/instant', but that was because he lacked the data which proves otherwise. ^ these people do not have the same excuse.
Originally posted by Larryman
I think they did do it with matter - diamonds. Here is an article on it:
"Entangled diamonds blur quantum-classical divide"