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Offline Balisk

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exploting the link?
« on: 19/02/2012 19:59:13 »
Could the phenomenon that Einstein called "spooky action at a distance" be explored to be used in teleportation or to prove the existence of wormholes/whiteholes seeing as how these particles are linked?

"As unfathomable as it sounds, repeatable experiments reveal that quantum connections between two particles can persist even if the two particles are on opposite sides of the universe."


Taken from ( newbielink:http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/physics/spooky-action-distance.html [nonactive] ) this site and this one ( newbielink:http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/05/110501183605.htm [nonactive]) basically explain what I am talking about in case you didn't know.

Going off of this could the links they establish be used in proving the existence of wormholes and or whiteholes do to particles being linked such as the particles being linked from a black hole to a theoretical whitehole somewhere in an antimatter galaxy.  Or to show that wormholes exist/could be made by somehow creating a physical link ie. rift in space, to the conjoining particles location?

This article I found also would help push the idea/theory ( newbielink:http://io9.com/5805202/mysterious-cosmic-explosion-might-be-first-ever-proof-of-white-holes [nonactive] )

I would love to hear what all of you have to say :)
« Last Edit: 19/02/2012 20:12:12 by Balisk »


 

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Re: exploting the link?
« Reply #1 on: 21/02/2012 17:02:36 »
How?

To know a entanglement falling out you need to know it exist, that means you need the location of both particles as well as some proof of neither of them having been manipulated before your measurement. Are you talking about entangling particles and then leave one in a theoretical wormhole?
 

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Re: exploting the link?
« Reply #2 on: 22/02/2012 02:45:30 »
I would be talking about entangling the particles and then leaving one in a theoretical wormhole yes.  I am not really good at explaining what im talking about sorry.
 

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