The principle of non-locality states "that an object is influenced directly only by its immediate surroundings." (Wikipedia) When two entangled particles are measured in an EPR experiment, we ...
The spins of the both electrons of an EPR pair are undetermined before one conducts a measurement on one of them. Does a magnetic field determine (set up or down) the spin of one partner of an EPR ...
CHSH inequality requires both locality and realism. I will equate here realism with counterfactual definiteness. Now counterfactual definiteness tells us that given two different measurements on the ...
Is the translational information all that matters, or do we need to take into account internal states?
For anyone in this community that's familiar with quantum teleportation, I need desperate help. I am currently working on my senior thesis and my goal is to teleport a molecule. Background: So in ...
Normally in an EPR experiment two measurements are performed on entangled particle pair. Only the particle pair is treated quantum mechanically and it is usually prepared in a state like $$ ...
It is often said that the measurement in EPR experiment is instant, as somehow described as "spooky action at a distance". However, the notation of equal time depends on reference frame, according to ...