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    Quantum Entanglement and Deep-Space Propulsion
    Posted on Sunday, August 29, 2004 @ 23:57:37 EDT by rob

    Science Anonymous writes: Back In 2001, researchers at the University of Aarhus' Quantum Optics Center in Denmark successfully applied a phenomenon of physics known as quantum entanglement to two specimens of cesium measuring in the trillions of atoms apiece, transferring the quantum state of one group of atoms to the other.

    The author of this article believes that this effect could be used for space propulsion. This would work by transfering energy from earth bound atoms to space bound entangled twins, effectively eliminating the need carry fuel (and its mass) on space ships. Read the full article here.


     
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    Re: Quantum Entanglement and Deep-Space Propulsion (Score: 1)
    by spacedrive on Monday, August 30, 2004 @ 15:59:17 EDT
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    He seems to be saying that this system will still use reaction-based propulsion, just that the power sources required to generate the tremendous powers involved for a powerful ion drive or a photon drive, could be located on the Earth. The high energy effects from all of that power could be "teleported" to the quantum entangled atoms or photons on the spacecraft.

    Wouldn't be possible to take that to the next level? What if you impart momentum on the craft and the entangled atoms back on Earth "catch" that momentum and bounce the entangled atomic mass back in the opposite direction? Would the ship be able to impart the opposite reaction back to the Earth based mass while the Earth based mass kicks the momentum of the mass back to be reused?



    Re: Quantum Entanglement and Deep-Space Propulsion (Score: 1)
    by seanu on Tuesday, August 31, 2004 @ 13:00:17 EDT
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    WHAT IF...

    1) ...The craft fell into the Sun? Would Sun's plasma start pouring into the Earth-bound portion of the entagled blob?

    2) ...We hook up the craft comms and control systems to an entangled blob so we can control and communicate with it instantly? No need for 12 minute delays to move that rover on Mars, move it now!

    3) ...You're mother-in-law put an entangled blob on your back, and rigged her GPS system to capture positioning co-ordinates from her blob? Then u're really in trouble!


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