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This is not possible due to unitarity of quantum mechanics; see the no-cloning theorem.
these papers are predicting the possibility of measuring a particle or electromagnetic waves to move faster than light without violation of Lorentz transformation or causality. According to the papers It could solve many paradoxes related to special relativity, Twin paradox, Ehrenfest paradox, Ladder paradox and Bell's spaceship paradox. in the papers it is ...
You have pinpointed an important nuance of quantum information theory. A perfectly entangled state is, in some sense, like a single bit in a one time pad: just two copies of a shared random bit. In fact, the teleportation protocol is perfectly analogous — not the same, but certainly analogous — to transmitting a message securely using a one-time ...
Basically what your asking is if information can be transmitted faster than the speed of light. According to quantum mechanics, it is impossible to use quantum entanglement for transmitting data faster than light. This is know as Eberhard's theorem, more details about can be found here (i'll try to provide a link with full access to the article). ...
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