A person asked me this and I'm just a lowly physical chemist. I used a classical analogy (how good or bad is this and how to fix?) Basically, light has a net angular momentum of zero, insofar as ...
"Photons act like they go through two paths, even when we know which they took". Please refer the above link and its conclusion. I am an Engineer. What I infer from this is :- This proves ERP. ...
Is it possible to send a single photon from a distant planet (say Mars) and detect its arrival at a site on Earth?
My question is specifically whether there exists a technique by which a single photon can be "tagged" or "encoded" in such a way that it can traverse our atmosphere and arrive at some sort of detector ...
Is it possible to create an entangled pair of photons if they originate initially from operations at two separate sites?
My question is whether or not it would be possible to create an entangled state between two photons that do not share the same initial photon source and their respective sources are separated by an ...
I recently read an article about "Delayed-choice entanglement swapping". Here is an excerpt from the article: Delayed-choice entanglement swapping consists of the following steps. (I use the ...
Is the double slit experiment an example of entanglement when it seems as if the photon is going through both slits? Or put another way, is it at this stage when we attempt measurement we see a photon ...