From: Tennessee Leeuwenburg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Sep 09 2005 - 00:36:28 MDT
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Tennessee Leeuwenburg wrote:
> Quantum theory allows us the possibility of using action at a
> distance to ensure consistency over a large area.
I should say more about this - it can't allow us to enforce *change*
over a distance, but it can allow us to ensure proceed from
information that we know is related in a certain way.
If some qubits over here are entangled with some qubits over there,
then even though our operations *on* those qubits don't propagate
information, our operations on the basis of those qubits should
produce inferences that we know are going to be related to the ones
drawn from the corresponding entangled qubits.
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