Researchers explore quantum entanglement: superluminal

Contact: Leanne Yohemas lmyohema@ucalgary.ca 402-220-7722 University of Calgary Paper in Physical Review Letters delves into phenomenon Einstein called ‘spooky’ Albert Einstein called quantum entanglement—two particles in different locations, even on other sides of the universe, influencing each other—”spooky action at a distance.” Einstein made the comment while criticizing quantum mechanics as incomplete—the phenomenon of quantum…

Faster-than-light communication, the hidden influence of inequality and the possibility of infinite speed

Contact: Jenny Hogan jenny.hogan@quantumlah.org 65-651-64302 Centre for Quantum Technologies at the National University of Singapore Researchers look beyond space and time to cope with quantum theory IMAGE: Trying to explain quantum “spooky action at a distance” using any kind of signal pits Einstein’s relativity against our concept of a smooth spacetime.Click here for more information.…

Photon reaches from beyond the grave in quantum trick: “The future photon, which is not born, is strongly influenced by a photon that is already dead.”

Photon reaches from beyond the grave in quantum trick 04 October 2012 by Anil Ananthaswamy Magazine issue 2885. For similar stories, visit the Quantum World Topic Guide EINSTEIN mockingly called it “spooky action at a distance”: the finding that quantum particles can influence each other regardless of how far apart they are. We can only…