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paul valletta wrote on Mar. 27, 2008 @ 08:42 GMT
The Q-RAY Process ?

There is a recent paper

Seth Lloyd

in which there are interesting handwaving, or quantum_ranging process, or Q-RAYS ?

Take the Quantum Light that Seth propose's, now using an entangled photon, one can send it into a box containing shoedingers cat. Then, according to Seth's paper, one can take a "quantum_image" of the cat, thereby confirming its existence, either alive or dead, without the cat or detector actually knowing it is being imaged!!

I believe the incoming photon ,as far as the device inside box is concerned, will automatically re-set the entangled state, on it's way back outwards from the inside of box, if retuning in the direction from whence it came.

Some time ago I made inroads to the "Quantum Efficiancy Wave" principle, this differs from the linked paper, by fact the entangled photon MUST continue in a straight "one-way" direction, as like the process of medical X-RAY machines, thus is born the "Q-Wave" machine!

The H.U.P gets violated by fact the Q-Rays confirms not only existence, but non-existence, which make location and momentum 100% factual?

So the question arises thus:Can a shroedinger cat "inside-box" detector, be fooled (given a false location identity by Seth's quantum_ranging devise) into thinking its location is outside the box?..thereby never putting the cat at risk of death by the toxic substance?

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paul valletta wrote on Mar. 27, 2008 @ 09:18 GMT
A two-way photon is one that hits something and rebounds "backwards" thereby returning in the direction it originates from. A one-way photon would have to have an ancillary detection, or terminal device specifically placed in the direction it is heading?

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