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This is astonishing news. imagine the possibility. A quantum communicator would drastically change the future of space travel. someone 15 light years away could send a message instantly, we could control a mars rover in real time, without having to wait 16 minutes for the signal to travel back, then another 16 minutes to send the command biggrin.gif

yeah,its actually awsome if ftl travel is imposible,and the only thing possible are huge no. of generational or unmanned ships,this way we could at least maintain communication.
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Note..... information cannot travel faster than the speed of light.


In using quantum entanglment, both paired particles start from the same space-time and are required to be moved so that relativity is not violated.
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Note..... information cannot travel faster than the speed of light.


In using quantum entanglment, both paired particles start from the same space-time and are required to be moved so that relativity is not violated.

of course it cant, well not yet at least. we don't have a quantum computer. entangle the particles at the same place, then separate them, one on earth, send one into the cosmos. in theory sending a message is possible. make one particle move and change frequency's, the opposite particle will also make the same movements, which can be recorded on the other end with a quantum computer then decoded. you would have to develop a type of quantum Morse Code. what your saying about not sending information is just untrue. it is very possible.
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Level-headed, knowledgable bore.
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of course it cant, well not yet at least. we don't have a quantum computer. entangle the particles at the same place, then separate them, one on earth, send one into the cosmos. in theory sending a message is possible. make one particle move and change frequency's, the opposite particle will also make the same movements, which can be recorded on the other end with a quantum computer then decoded. you would have to develop a type of quantum Morse Code. what your saying about not sending information is just untrue. it is very possible.
Is there anyway of affecting one particle without collapsing the quantum state?
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Everyone in this thread stating things like "information cannot travel faster than the speed of light" should remember that we used to believe in the earth being flat. It is ignorant to take any of the current physics as absolute truth IMO.
     
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Is there anyway of affecting one particle without collapsing the quantum state?
what am I walter bishop? I don't have the answer to that, the human knowledge of quantum physics is very limited, we are like infants. everything I said is just in theory... this stuff is like fringe science. the regular laws of physics do not apply at a quantum level. its a whole different ballpark.

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Everyone in this thread stating things like "information cannot travel faster than the speed of light" should remember that we used to believe in the earth being flat. It is ignorant to take any of the current physics as absolute truth IMO.
This ^
Edited by HK_47 - 3/8/13 at 8:44am
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what am I walter bishop? I don't have the answer to that, the human knowledge of quantum physics is very limited, we are like infants. everything I said is just in theory... this stuff is like fringe science. the regular laws of physics do not apply at a quantum level. its a whole different ballpark.
This ^
My point was that i don't think that it is within the scope of the theory. I believe as is that's impossible, maybe that will change, and maybe one day we'll realise that we don't live on a sphere but on a giant pink elephant too. Who knows.
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what am I walter bishop? I don't have the answer to that, the human knowledge of quantum physics is very limited, we are like infants. everything I said is just in theory... this stuff is like fringe science. the regular laws of physics do not apply at a quantum level. its a whole different ballpark.
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Then perhaps you shouldn't state it as fact.
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of course it cant, well not yet at least. we don't have a quantum computer. entangle the particles at the same place, then separate them, one on earth, send one into the cosmos. in theory sending a message is possible. make one particle move and change frequency's, the opposite particle will also make the same movements, which can be recorded on the other end with a quantum computer then decoded. you would have to develop a type of quantum Morse Code. what your saying about not sending information is just untrue. it is very possible.

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Then perhaps you shouldn't state it as fact.
     
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