• Entanglement allows one party to control measurement results 

    5 monthes ago - By Ars Technica

    Enlarge / There are no entangled photons in this picture.
    It has been a while since I wrote about some really fundamental quantum physics. I feel that you, my dear reader, have not suffered enough during that drought. So, quantum physics it is. Even better, we are going to talk about entanglement and the strange case of one-way EPR steering. One-way EPR steering is an idea that has moved from a purely theoretical suggestion to something that might actually work in practice.
    Let's do some physics
    The concept of entanglement in quantum mechanics expresses the idea that seemingly separate...
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