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ESA Observatory Breaks World Quantum Teleportation Record

 
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ESA Observatory Breaks World Quantum Teleportation Record
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An international research team using ESA's Optical Ground Station in the Canary Islands has set a new distance world record in 'quantum teleportation' by reproducing the characteristics of a light particle across 143 km of open air...

...Once entangled, the measurement of a certain property - such as polarisation or spin - will yield the same result for both particles, no matter how far apart the particles are located, and without any further signal being physically passed between them.

Quantum teleportation is not copying in the strictest sense however, since the act of transference destroys the original particle - its characteristics passing to its entangled counterpart.

A confounded Albert Einstein termed quantum entanglement "spooky action at a distance," but it is a documented physical phenomenon, central to a coming generation of ultra-powerful quantum computers teleporting 'quantum bits' - qubits for short - of information, as well as for communication systems immune to interception.


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I would like to be entangled with you. I am, as I think it!

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I would like to be entangled with you. I am, as I think it!

Walk in the beauty of today
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1898146


Thank you, lol.

It is an absolutely gorgeous day here at home. Walk in the beauty as well.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body,
but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming, "Wow! What a Ride!"

We do not Die, We Awaken to the Dream that We Lived.
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the question is how fast is the information being transferred.

if no signal is passed between the particles, how is the information transferred and is it still restricted by the constant.

if not this could be faster than light communication, and if they can extend the distance, we could have mars probes controlled in real time.

ooo and video games with out latency.
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Well, At least they solved the teleporter riddle from Star trek. You are thusly a copy, sometimes with a goatee! lol
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I'm twistin on spirals today and you came my way


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I'm twistin on spirals today and you came my way


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the question is how fast is the information being transferred.

if no signal is passed between the particles, how is the information transferred and is it still restricted by the constant.

if not this could be faster than light communication, and if they can extend the distance, we could have mars probes controlled in real time.

ooo and video games with out latency.
 Quoting: Dauthiatull


The information is not transferred, per say, it becomes part of the fabric or "aether".... so, when it is created it becomes part of the collective.
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The math is too complicated for my tiny little brain, but I'm glad to see progress being made.

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