Skip to comments.Physicists extend entanglement in Einstein experiment
Posted on 12/14/2012 6:11:59 PM PST by neverdem
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You’re a tease
It would seem that the next logical step is to split the other daughter photon and create quadruple entangled photons...
At last today, something that makes sense to me!!!
You and commander Spock (from Star Trek) must have been separated at birth. My head hurts from reading part of the article.
FReepmail me if you want on or off my health and science ping list.
That's what I'm waiting for!
Over an hour spent reading this and other links and no closer to a Nobel Prize.
This is about as confusing as when my dynamics professor wrote on the blackboard that “Every couple has it’s moment”.
This experiment and all its kin are “Parlor Trick Physics”, not that there’s anything wrong with that, but all the same mind-bogglediness is present in the routine explanations of atomic structure and solid state quantum physics. Just sit and stare at a piece of aluminum foil for a while. That’ll blow your mind.
No, no, you misunderstood -- that's simple hormonic motion.
I'd rather fashion it into a hat, which will *save* my mind. /internet-lore>
It looks like most Phys.org articles can still be posted:
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I guess I stand corrected. This is non-commercial use, but not “personal.”
Bummer. I wonder how long this has been the case.
Every couple has its moment.
I think it’s supposed to be “Every coupling has it’s moment”.
At least in my experience.
Too bad, other than that ridiculous “Lenin was a democratic leader” bullsh- they helped disseminate a few years ago, I’ve been pretty happy with them.
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