Jun 282011
 

I believe the answer given by Paul Walorski here

http://www.physlink.com/education/askexperts/ae86.cfm

is incorrect in the statement, “The polarization of the first observed photon can be interpreted as nothing more than the measurement of a characteristic that was established back at the time both photons were created.” If it were true that “nothing more” than this is happening, then nothing strange is happening whatsoever. Everything I have read about quantum entanglement seems to refute this explanation. The Bell-state quantum eraser would not work according to Walorski!

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