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NIST Spooky Experiment March 2017. Quantum Mechanics

03/29/2017 1:22 AM

Can anybody kindly explain what was the spooky experiment of NIST conducted this month. I mean what was the procedure for the experiment. I really need to understand it as it will help me in my work . Thanks a lot .

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03/29/2017 2:02 AM

Well I'd be happy to explain quantum entanglement to you...You see ya got these two little invisible tiny specs and ya store them together and shake em up and then separate them and somehow they become able to polarize each other no matter how far apart they are....Now what's curious about this is we can't find the connection, or even understand how or why it works, in fact it seems impossible that it does what it does...but it does....

https://www.nist.gov/news-events/news/2017/03/nist-physicists-show-ion-pairs-perform-enhanced-spooky-action

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03/29/2017 3:29 AM

Thanks a lot . Thank you

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03/29/2017 5:29 AM

Some related searches on Bell's Theorem and the Alain Aspect experiment might be helpful. (I'm not up to date on current research, and I don't know what the best and easiest-to-understand references are for this intriguing topic.)

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03/29/2017 9:42 AM

They do a lot of experiments at NIST. Can you provide a link?

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03/29/2017 8:45 PM

Okay, How would one of us creative simpletons as myself go about entangling and then separating some particles so that I can play with them? (at a distance maybe.)

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03/29/2017 9:15 PM

Get several million creative simpletons together in a consortium to build superconducting supercolliders, instead of calling them boondoggles.

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