Einstein was wrong: Groundbreaking test reveals spooky 'quantum entanglement' phenomenon IS real
The experiment successfully closes a chapter in an 80-year scientific argument, but Dr Hanson said it also had vital implications for the future, since sophisticated cryptography is even now using quantum properties to guarantee data security.
Such quantum encryption systems will only be 100 per cent safe, though, if all loopholes are closed, as in the Delft system.
Dr Hanson said "Loopholes can be backdoors into systems. When you go loophole-free then you add an extra layer of security and you can be absolutely certain there is no way for hackers to get in."
Einstein was wrong: Groundbreaking test reveals spooky 'quantum entanglement' phenomenon IS real Reviewed by Umer Abrar on 10/22/2015 Rating: