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Could a form of (temporally-limited non-superdeterministic) strong determinism resolve retrocausality in quantum theories?

It looks like "superdeterminism" is considered as a potential way to resolve EPR paradox/Bell's theorem/quantum theory. It seems "retrocausality" (or what could be or is called ...
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Why is there a π phase shift in Fig.4 compare to R01 shown in Fig.3?

About Kim 's delayed choice quantum eraser experiment. Is it possible to adjust the phase of interference fringes from $D_1$ and $D_2$ by adjusting the distance of $D_0$ screen?... Shouldn't they ...
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Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser variation results

If we were to start with the delayed choice quantum eraser setup in the attached image, what would the interference pattern look like for the photons at D0 if D3 and D4 were eliminated (and the two ...
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Alternative to the “eraser” in the Quantum Eraser experiment?

I haven't seen any literature on the difference between erasing the photon's which-slit information vs just hiding it forever. Erasing quantum-information is effectively just a perpetual quarantine ...
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Why do we need a lens in the delayed-choice quantum-eraser experiment of Kim?

This is the delayed-choice quantum-eraser experiment of Kim diagram described on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed-choice_quantum_eraser Why do I need a lens in front of the ...
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Some clarification on Kim et al.'s “Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser”

First, what is the optical delay in the experiment.In the arxiv paper published in 1999 it states it is roughly a 2.5 meter difference between the path to D0 from the BBO and the path to D1-4 from the ...
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Is a quantum eraser instantaneous?

I'm going through the basic and popular optical quantum-eraser experiment with laser and polarizers and I have a question. After applying the diagonally aligned polarizer at a 45 degree angle, the <...
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Delayed choice quantum eraser experiment involving light and polarization filters

I read a post about trying Young's double slit experiment at home, and the first comment suggested a DIY delayed choice quantum eraser experiment. In the video, they use two polarization filters on ...
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In Scully Duhl quantum eraser experiment, how is it ensured that only one atom is excited?

The Scully Duhl quantum eraser experiment uses lasers to excite one of the two atoms (which each releases two photons in opposite directions) where each atom acts as a proxy for a slit in the ...
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In the Delayed “Choice” Quantum Eraser experiment, what is observed between detection of the signal photon and the idler photon?

It is mentioned in the study that: In the experiment the optical delay (LA,B 2 L0) is chosen to be 2.3 m, where L0 is the optical distance between the output surface of BBO and detector D0, and LA ...
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Quantum Eraser Mars Communicator and Alien Detector!

Build a Quantum Eraser Mars Communicator (QEMC) with one detector E on Earth and another detector M on Mars. The detector M also has an eraser QE which can be turned on or off by Elon Musk on Mars. ...
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Help creating a dyi delayed-choice quantum eraser experiment for teens

We're planning the science fair for my wife's high school later this year (if the quarantine allows us...). We are looking into doing this simple quantum eraser experimenter from Scientific American, ...
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Delayed choice quantum eraser for communication [closed]

I know entanglement communication is kind of the "perpetum mobile of quantum mechanics" but I still can't give it up. Here's a setup: Make 10000 entangled photon pairs at T0 and let them loop in ...
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Can this setup produce a no interference pattern from entangled photons from a BBO crystal?

Related question from physics exchange where the pictures were taken: From the delayed choice eraser paper from Kim et al. 1999 My question is probably quite simple. I want to know if changing the ...
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Can delayed choice be resolved by special relativity?

I learned about the delayed choice phenomena a while ago, it was an experiment with double slit with a beam splitter behind so the entangled photon pair after the split goes to a screen and two photon ...
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What do quantum eraser actually do?

From what I know it basically erases which path information so even though the detectors still interact with the photon, but not able to tell which path the photon takes the result is a interference ...
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what we call “erase” in the delayed choice quantum eraser experiment?

im thinking about the quantum eraser experiment and I got some insight that I want to check. Suppose that I have the system of the experiment (S): a closed box with 2 slits, with a 1 bit detector (D)...
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Delayed choice double slit experiment

I want to be certain, was there an experiment ever performed, like, where if we do not look at the screen and then the detector at the double slit destroyed(which path information is lost). And then ...
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Conclusions from the delayed choice eraser double slit experiment?

Is it safe to say the point of all of these one particle slit experiments is that the very existence of "which way" information is what collapses the wave function even in the case that information ...
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What Prevents Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser Experiment from Being Used to Predict the Future?

Reading about the DCQE experiment commentary by Ross Rhodes. My question is: why can't information about the future state of the idler photon (the one that heads toward the Glen-Thompson prism) be ...
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Do “delayed choice” experiments send information back in time?

Consider the wave function collapse of a pair of entangled photons: wave function is collapsed, let's call this state '0' normal wave function, let's call this state '1' In a "delayed choice" ...
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What if you turn the photon detector on after the paired photon has already gone through both slits?

Id imagine the answer will be that even if you turn the photon detector on after the paired photon has already hit the screen, the screen will show no interference pattern because the universe sensed ...
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Are photons locked in time, and does this explain the “delayed choice quantum eraser” experiment?

I'm trying to wrap my head around the "Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser" experiment and how events in the future affect light in the past. I'm sure I'm wrong but to me this seems to indicate that ...
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Double Slit Eraser - does the wave function collapse and restore or never collapse

This video shows a rudimentary double slit eraser experiment. He sends photons through a double slit with a polarization film before the double slits (with a 90 degree difference) to obtain "which-way"...
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Scully’s DCQE paper 1999 - reasons for phase shift

http://Arxiv.org/abs/1103.0117 Or better Google the paper using string: arxiv:quant-ph/9903047v1 In order to “see” (detect) the interference pattern we have to take care about the shift of Lambda ...
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When does quantum entanglement cease?

On Wikipedia on Quantum entanglement: “However, this behavior gives rise to seemingly paradoxical effects: any measurement of a property of a particle performs an irreversible collapse on that ...
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Are Robert Lanza's claims on Quantum Mechanics in his book “Biocentrism” accurate?

in his popular (pseudo-science) book Biocentrism ch.8 (see here, scroll down to "the most amazing experiment") Biologist Dr.Robert Lanza makes a number of assertions on quantum mechanics based on ...
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Delayed erasure (Kim experiment) [duplicate]

In Kim experiment https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed-choice_quantum_eraser I take out all the beam splitters, mirrors, and detectors for idler photons. But I leave idler photons travel freely in ...
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Delayed erasure experiment [duplicate]

Lets assume that in the delayed eraser in Kim experiment https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed-choice_quantum_eraser#The_experiment_of_Kim_et_al._(1999) we can split the original photon into 2 photons,...
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If I know in advance I'm getting an interference pattern, wouldn't I have time to remove the splitter so the which-path information would be know?

Check the image below, from this excellent explanation of the quantum delayed eraser. My question, and please forgive me if it is a naive one, is that first the photon reaches detector A, which tells ...
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Delayed eraser experiment (Kim experiment)

Will I receive an interference pattern on D0 detector https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed-choice_quantum_eraser#The_experiment_of_Kim_et_al._(1999) if D1, D2, D3, D4 exist in the set up of the ...
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Would the results of the Double Slit Quantum Eraser be the same using massive particles?

I'm wondering if the double slit quantum eraser experiment would produce (or does produce, if it's already been done) the same results if massive particles were used instead of photons. My reason ...
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Simple Quantum Eraser

I am familiar with the standard Quantum Eraser experiment. I was thinking of the following. My hunch is that the screen will show an interference pattern since the which way information for the ...
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Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser with one additional detector at the slits?

Please take a look at this experiment https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed-choice_quantum_eraser#The_experiment_of_Kim_et_al._(1999) . You can also look at this youtube video https://www.youtube.com/...
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Can post-selecting on the screen in the Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser experiment be used to predict the quantum-eraser measurement results?

I'm curious about QM and spent the last 3 days thinking about Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser (DCQE) experiment, but I couldn't solve this issue: Assume we do the DCQE experiment so that for the whole ...
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Quantum eraser without the quantum eraser

I've recently watched PBS SpaceTime's video about the quantum eraser. In it, Matt describes a kind of crystal that splits particles into pairs and entangles them. The entangled particles are then ...
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Is it possible to reconduct “The delayed quantum eraser experiment” in home?

The delayed quantum eraser was conducted by Kim et al. in 1999 with the use of BBO crystals, polarizers, detectors and so on. I believe some of these equipments can be found online kinda cheaply, ...
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Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser - what is erased?

I fail to see why everybody thinks that something is erased in the famous Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser experiment (see https://arxiv.org/pdf/quant-ph/9903047.pdf and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...
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In a delayed choice quantum eraser experiment, is it possible that signal photons make patterns according to idler photons being detected next year?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed-choice_quantum_eraser#The_experiment_of_Kim_et_al._(1999) From Wikipedia: If the idler light paths were greatly extended so that a year goes by before a photon ...
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Why are my interference patterns completely out of phase?

DIY physics enthusiast here doing a double slit eraser experiment at home with a laser pointer, double slit diaphragm, and few linear polarizers (horizontal at one slit, vertical at the other, +/-45 ...
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Delayed choice quantum eraser without randomization?

My understanding of delayed choice quantum eraser experiments roughly corresponds to the Wikipedia article about them, so please forgive if this question is stupid. In all delayed choice experiments ...
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Does simply putting a photon-splitting crystal after a double slit break the interference pattern?

A modified version of the quantum eraser experiment, consisting of just a photon source, double slit, photon-splitter crystal and a screen, capturing one of the entangled twins. No detectors, no ...
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Peaks and Troughs during delayed-choice quantum eraser cancel?

This above diagram is the delayed-choice quantum eraser. My current understanding is as follows: 1) If the experiment is done with $BS_a$ and $BS_b$ both mirrors, then double-clumping is seen on $D_0$...
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In the Quantum eraser experiment, Why doesn't detector D1 or D2 cause wave function collapse?

I thought measurement at detectors is what collapes the wave function. So why aren't these detectors causing collapse? Why is there an interference pattern?
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Question about the shift of patterns in the Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser

In the double-slit Delayed Choice Quantum Eraser experiment by Scully with the installation in the figure below, as in Wikipedia, when a photon hits D4 or D3 the intricated photon hits D0 with a ...
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Question about delayed choice quantum eraser

I'm using figure 2 of wikipedia's entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed-choice_quantum_eraser If the idler beam is undetected, we get a interference pattern. If it's detected, there's no ...
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Why do we need the quantum eraser experiment? [closed]

I have read many articles about the quantum eraser experiment and I am still trying to figure out why we need it. In this sketch I show the experiment with and without the second beam splitter. What ...
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Is it true that a quantum eraser can work without any observation?

It is stated in this poster from a 2007 Sciam article (link below) that an observation is not required in a quantum eraser experiment: "The fringes do not appear if the particles interact with ...
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When does the exchange of energy take place in the Quantum Eraser experiment?

I found this PBS video regarding the delayed choice / quantum eraser experiment, which, like all the others I've seen, states that the interference pattern generated by the photons that pass through a ...
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In the quantum eraser, what if photon lands on the screen before we decide whether to turn on the eraser?

I understood that, after the photon passes through the double slit, and before it lands on the screen, if the Quantum eraser is activated, there will appear the interference pattern due to the loss of ...