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Bell-test experiment ( one chamber )


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if u dont know i'll explain this test

u take 1 photon and split it in half , the u put them in a barel witch on both sides has two holes- left and right

we fire each photon on its side of the barrel and they both go through the same side of the hole ( for instance they both go through the right side ) .. we can repeat this a milion times and they always go through the same hole

my question is how can they send information to each other if the photon is the one transfering information?

 

pls explain

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I am extremely interested in your experiment.

 

Please post more as you go. I have a theary but have no idea how to communicate it.

 

I am so greatful for what your doing.

 

Tim

 

 

 

if u dont know i'll explain this test

u take 1 photon and split it in half , the u put them in a barel witch on both sides has two holes- left and right

we fire each photon on its side of the barrel and they both go through the same side of the hole ( for instance they both go through the right side ) .. we can repeat this a milion times and they always go through the same hole

my question is how can they send information to each other if the photon is the one transfering information?

 

pls explain

 

What if you took 2 photons split them in 1/2 the same way and make 2 more holes opposite , would all go out same hole or would they scatter on impact ?

 

I apoligize for my ignorance, I have a great desire to learn about this but my limited education has caused a great hinderance in my learning.

 

I am sincere and I believe that I and many others would be honored to follow your experiments.

 

stimothy@comcast.net

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I think this has to do with entanglement, because entangled photons can supposedly be "indirectly" observed to send cubits of information and supposedly tests have proven that already, and in the experiment if I remember correctly, you basically crash two isolated photons into each other in certain way so that they are heading away from each other but still entangled, and it was done through a long tube.

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