p2pnet.net News:- Albert Einstein didn’t like quantum entanglement.
But inventor Michael Thomas does.
The creator of the Atomic Holographic DVR disc drive, he’s already shown that controlling and monitoring the exchange of electric fields, electromagnetic fields, electrostatic fields, UV photons, electrons and the delocalization of the central nucleus of ferroelectric molecules lets the molecules act as an Atomic Switch.
Now he’s working on a data storage system that can be entangled in time and space and that will function as two completely independent information collection systems in a virtual quantum universe where sending encrypted information by means of entangled particles – even when the particles are a billion miles apart – suddenly becomes possible.
He told p2pnet his new and unique non-contact semiconductor integrated read/write head will use photons from an ultra-violet/deep blue laser for storing and retrieving data to an Entangled Particle Holographic Optical Disk.
“Information communication in the world between two sources will be done in the most secured method using entangled particle holographic optical data nanostorage,” he says
Einstein thought quantum entanglement ran counter to a central tenet of his theory of relativity that nothing, not even information, can travel faster than the speed of light.
In quantum mechanics, all the forces of nature are mediated by the exchange of particles such as photons, and these particles must obey this cosmic speed limit.
So an action ‘here’ can cause no effect ‘over there’ any sooner than it would take light to travel there in a vacuum.
Quantum entanglement happens when two or more particles interact in a way that causes their fates to become, well, entangled.
When this happens, it’s possible to envisage (or mathematically describe) each particle’s condition independently of the others’.
Together, they constitute a single quantum state and appear to influence each other instantaneously no matter if they’re in the same room or at opposite ends of the Universe.
Einstein called this ‘spooky action at a distance’ – spooky because although it’s been theorized, at the moment, there’s no known mechanism for such an interaction; and, because it would mean things can be affected by events which haven’t actually happened.
And it’s this that’ll eventually allow Thomas to create unbreakable, entangled data gathering systems.
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