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Gary Flam, MD, DABA, DABHM, DNBPNS, CPT, SHAPE
Scientists don’t fully understand quantum entanglement—but they know that space, or physical distance, is not a factor in the “communication” between two entangled particles. If one is affected by a force or a measurement, the other also reacts in the same moment, even if they are separated by leagues. Unlocking the secrets of this phenomenon could lead to incredible advancements in technology, such as quantum machines that transmit information faster than light.
Physicists Create Quantum Link Between Photons That Don't Exist at the Same Time
Physicists have long known that quantum mechanics allows for a subtle connection between quantum particles called entanglement, in which measuring one particle can instantly set the otherwise uncertain condition, or “state,” of another particle—even if it’s light years away. Now, experimenters in Israel have shown that they can entangle two photons that don’t even exist at the same time. Such time-separated entanglement is predicted by standard quantum theory.
Researchers Have Built The Most Complex Light-Based Quantum Computer Chip Ever
In a world-first, researchers have created a quantum chip that contains four entangled particles of light, known as photons, and is capable of performing actions over hundreds of channels simultaneously. Or to put that into context, they've come...