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Is the Consequence of Superluminal Signalling to Physics Absolute Motion through an Ether

@inproceedings{Cornwall2011IsTC,
  title={Is the Consequence of Superluminal Signalling to Physics Absolute Motion through an Ether},
  author={R. O. Cornwall},
  year={2011}
}
  • R. O. Cornwall
  • Published 2011
  • Physics
  • In an earlier paper the author expounded an interferometer scheme to communicate classical data over an entangled quantum channel. We return to this concept to show that the laws of Quantum Mechanics are not violated and that the device is able to affect the statistical blend of the quantum states (and that this can be detected) but not the statistics - i.e. the physics of observables. The ideas of superluminal information transfer, discussed in the previous paper, are taken forward to develop… CONTINUE READING

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