archiv~1: RE: SETI ETI Quantum Communication]

RE: SETI ETI Quantum Communication]

Ray Shank ( (no email) )
Mon, 2 Nov 1998 10:07:34 -0600

Thanks John. I'm not exactly up on Quantum Communications yet.

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Monday, November 02, 1998 9:13 AM
To: seti@sni.net
Subject: SETI Quantum Communications?

Hi Ray--

I remember reading (very superficially) about 'action at a distance'
experiments; is there some follow through. Sorry to be so dense.

73
Chip N1IR

-----John's Message-----
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To: wshanks@erols.com; seti@sni.net
Subject: Re: SETI ETI Quantum Communication]

In a message dated 11/2/98 1:50:40 AM Eastern Standard Time,
wshanks@erols.com
writes:

> All the information is encoded the
> entanglement pair, so you must have information about both particles to
> decode the seemingly random stream of spins, polorizations, or what ever
> quantum atribute that you choose to use.

By your interpretation, there is no information transmitted faster than
light.
But if the entanglement disentangles over FTL links, even though the
information to decode that fact travels at lightspeed, doesn't that imply a
FTL connection between the quantum particles? And if there is a FTL
connection, then I can forsee a FTL commununications link. Perhaps involving
entangled triplets, quadruplets, or something? Well, I don't mean to start a
big debate. I am out of my field. But isn't there some controversy among the
experts about this?

John Marcus.
KE3SW