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In theory, you could use entanglement to communicate instantaneously
between any two points in the universe. What would be communicated is
It is pretty science fiction-ish. One possible explanation I've read
is (assuming I understood the argument) that the universe we perceive
is a sort of projection of a more complex reality in which the two
entangled particles are joined in some dimension we can't perceive.
This has a more detailed description of the experiment:
On Sun, Nov 29, 2015 at 12:37 PM, Kathleen MacDowell
<kathleen -dot- eamd -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> It reads like a sci-fi story to me, a very poorly written one.
> Same for a set of procedures; something's been left out. But that's just me.
> Where'd you get the information and FTL component?
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