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Red Ice Radio - Richard Alan Miller - Hour 1 - The Non-Local Mind in Holographic Reality

Richard Alan Miller, PhD is a physicist, herbalist, horticulturalist, author of 7 books, and former special skills trainer for the US Navy Seals. Miller bega...
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Nonlocal mind is pure soul or spirit, known as universal consciousness. Operating outside the boundaries or normal space and time, it is the great organizing

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Physicists measure speed of Einstein’s ‘spooky action at a distance’: At least 10,000 times faster than light

Physicists measure speed of Einstein’s ‘spooky action at a distance’: At least 10,000 times faster than light | nonlocal interactions | Scoop.it

A team of Chinese physicists have clocked the speed of spooky action at a distance — the seemingly instantaneous interaction between entangled quantum particles — at more than four orders of magnitude faster than light.

 

Their equipment and methodology doesn’t allow for an exact speed, but four orders of magnitude puts the figure at around 3 trillion meters per second.

Spooky action at a distance was a term coined by Einstein to describe how entangled quantum particles seem to interact with each other instantaneously, over any distance, breaking the speed of light and thus relativity. As of our current understanding of quantum mechanics, though, it is impossible to send data using quantum entanglement, preserving the theory of relativity. A lot of work is being done in this area, though, and some physicists believe that faster-than-light communication might be possible with some clever manipulation of entangled particles.

 

Now, thanks to these Chinese physicists — the same ones who broke the quantum teleportation distance record last year — we know that spooky action at a distance has a lower bound of four orders of magnitude faster than light, or around 3 trillion meters per second. We say “at least,” because the physicists do not rule out that spooky action is actually instantaneous — but their testing equipment and methodology simply doesn’t allow them to get any more accurate.

 

To get this figure, the physicists entangled pairs of photons at a base station, and then transmitted half of each pair to two receiving sites. The receiving sites were 15.3 kilometers (9.5mi) apart, and aligned east-west so as to minimize the interference from the Earth’s rotation (which is significant, when measuring speed on this scale). One half of the pair was then observed, and the time for the other half to assume the same state is measured. This process was repeated continuously for 12 hours to generate enough data to accurately divine the speed of spooky action.

 

According to the physicists, other research groups have tried to measure the speed of spooky action before, but they’ve all had locality loopholes — flaws in the methodology that undermine the quantum nonlocality that the experiment requires. This time, the physicists claim, all the loopholes have been closed, and that their measurement of at least 3 trillion meters per second is accurate.


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Miro Svetlik's curator insight, March 8, 2013 8:14 AM

I've always knew that Light-speed spaceships are just too slow to really travel the universe :). What we really need is a proper implementation of quantum transportation. So smart guys get goin...

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Is Light A Particle Or Wave? 'Quantum Nonlocality' Experiment Spotlights Dual ... - Huffington Post

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Is Light A Particle Or Wave? 'Quantum Nonlocality' Experiment Spotlights Dual ...Huffington PostNow, for the first time, a new type of experiment has shown light behaving like both a particle and a wave simultaneously, providing a new dimension to...

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Eric Thompson's curator insight, October 19, 2015 12:14 PM

"Now, for the first time, a new type of experiment has shown light behaving like both a particle and a wave simultaneously, providing a new dimension to the quandary that could help reveal the true nature of light and of the whole quantum world."