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I was doing some research into quantum entanglement but it is never well described how you break the bonds once they are formed does anyone have any expertise in this area on how to break quantum entanglement bonds? The best that I can understand is the bond is broken when interaction with the environment happens, anyone have any idea about this subject? 

Paper, link = https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018JPCM...30s5602B/abstract

Physics Forums discussion, link = https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/how-do-you-break-quantum-entanglement-bonds.1015342/

Can entangled particles become disentangled?
 
"Decoupling is the tendency for entangled particles to become disentangled due to interaction with their surroundings, while the no cloning theorem states that quantum states cannot be copied. This makes long distance communication difficult, and, to overcome this, researchers have employed quantum repeaters."
 
 
Would a EMP(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_pulse) disrupt electron quantum entanglement bonds?
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Jesse Marcel *cough* Hendrik Brugt Gerhard Casimir *cough* Nikola Tesla *cough*
 

Similar to how hardware hijacking (nit the same as textual url bugs sold by colleges) or how a laser scanner it barcode reader at your local grocery store works. 
 

You have to observe one set of graviton interactions occurring frame by frame from either present into the past or predictive via present into the future based on color or wavelength of a (non-reflective aka energy state that glows) of a type of signal aka how long ago two particles were causal in nature or how long until they will be, and make it so those interactions inbetween are asimilar in reverse when altering the reverse sequence in which we perceived past to present or perceive present to future

 

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On 5/20/2022 at 12:11 AM, JeffreysTubes8 said:

Jesse Marcel *cough* Hendrik Brugt Gerhard Casimir *cough* Nikola Tesla *cough*
 

Similar to how hardware hijacking (nit the same as textual url bugs sold by colleges) or how a laser scanner it barcode reader at your local grocery store works. 
 

You have to observe one set of graviton interactions occurring frame by frame from either present into the past or predictive via present into the future based on color or wavelength of a (non-reflective aka energy state that glows) of a type of signal aka how long ago two particles were causal in nature or how long until they will be, and make it so those interactions inbetween are asimilar in reverse when altering the reverse sequence in which we perceived past to present or perceive present to future

 

JT8, wtf is this BS?

 

On 5/19/2022 at 3:19 PM, Vmedvil5 said:

I was doing some research into quantum entanglement but it is never well described how you break the bonds once they are formed does anyone have any expertise in this area on how to break quantum entanglement bonds? The best that I can understand is the bond is broken when interaction with the environment happens, anyone have any idea about this subject? 

Paper, link = https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2018JPCM...30s5602B/abstract

Physics Forums discussion, link = https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/how-do-you-break-quantum-entanglement-bonds.1015342/

Can entangled particles become disentangled?
 
"Decoupling is the tendency for entangled particles to become disentangled due to interaction with their surroundings, while the no cloning theorem states that quantum states cannot be copied. This makes long distance communication difficult, and, to overcome this, researchers have employed quantum repeaters."
 
 
Would a EMP(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_pulse) disrupt electron quantum entanglement bonds?
 
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Can entangled particles become disentangled?

Yes, happens all the time.

 
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"Decoupling is the tendency for entangled particles to become disentangled due to interaction with their surroundings,

That is basically correct.

Entanglement is broken simply by taking a measurement on one of the particles. Before the measurement is taken, the two particles are sharing some information about each other, and that information only exists between the two entangled particles, and nowhere else in the universe. Once the measurement is done, the information is shared with the rest of the universe, breaking the entanglement.

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