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originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: 5StarOracle
Keeping in mind you would need an entangled particle, more like entangled particles for communication purposes, at the destination point for any kind of instantaneous effect to occur(entanglement to be perceived back on our end).
How do you get said participles to a location light years distant?
You don't in any meaningful time period without circumventing relativity and the FTL barrier.
You require some kind of Einstein Rosen Bridge/wormhole to send said entangled particles through for the idea to hold any merit im afraid.
I don't think you quite grasp the problems associated or distances at play. But then again you seem to believe that thought has a speed.
What is that speed again? Exactly how fast do our thoughts propagate through space-time?
Possibly worth sticking to actual physics instead of metaphysics considering the forum.
originally posted by: mobiusmale
I wonder if, in order not to have a crazy result like "infinite speed" or to break other conventions like the speed of light limit, we have to consider the possibility that entangled photons...even when apparently transported through space and time (from our vantage) are still actually right next to each other in space/time.
Sounds weird maybe, but so does "spooky" action at any/all distance.
originally posted by: lordcomac
originally posted by: 5StarOracle
a reply to: XStraw
It most certainly does
Riddle me that? It's using photons as the transport, that's not faster than light...
yes they have done the experiment.
...much that is written about the subject is just confused.
originally posted by: 00018GE
a reply to: elysiumfire
yes they have done the experiment. www.sciencenews.org...
The universe might be like a restaurant with 10 menu items, Friedman said. “You think you can order any of the 10, but then they tell you, ‘We’re out of chicken,’ and it turns out only five of the things are really on the menu. You still have the freedom to choose from the remaining five, but you were overcounting your degrees of freedom.”