Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Time and Space do not really exist

I became aware of the paradoxes of the quantum physics when meeting Yakir Aharonov in the UTA twenty years ago. We hoped he would receive the Nobel Prize for the Bohm-Aharonov Effect, but he did not. Pic.: The Micius satellite sending quantum signals to two Chinese receptors.

Today the Chinese have sent an entangled photon thousand kilometers and before that, they sent - instantly - encrypted quantum key over 9000 kilometers (from Beijing to Vienna). As if time and distance did not exist. Maybe nothing in real. The Chinese have built a working machine based on Schroediger's entangled cat idea. I wonder what we (Israel) have been doing in the last twenty years in the quantum field, I know of nothing serious.

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