Einstein's "spooky action at a distance" can connect more than two systems, new research suggests
Significantly, the research was set up with a slight postulation about the nature of the tools used to measure all but one of the fields.
Mesoscopic comes under the discipline of physics that works with matter in between micro and macroscopic. This finding is thrilling, because quantum entanglement forms the foundation of quantum cryptography - which targets to produce “unhackable” passwords that are only reachable if someone has access to an entangled system. The scientists consider that their methods will now help to produce more safe systems for iPhones and computers. Check out Veritasium's awesome description of quantum entanglement. It'll help, trust me.
Einstein's "spooky action at a distance" can connect more than two systems, new research suggests Reviewed by Umer Abrar on 1/25/2015 Rating: