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Could one transmit a signal with equally-tuned casimir plates across the quantum field?
It seems, one could exploit the Casimir effect to send messages across arbitrarily-large distances with carefully-tuned Casimir plates. Obviously, relativity would preclude FTL information transfer, ...
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