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Recorded: 5/2/2019 Released: 7/15/2019

Randy and Jim discuss the lower bound on the speed of communication within a wave function, and the limits associated with it.

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Notes:

1. The papers we read for this program:

- Salart, D., A. Bass, C. Branciard, N. Gisin, and H. Zbinden, "Testing Spooky Action at a Distance."
*Nature***454**, 861 (2008). [arXiv] - Bancal, J-D., S. Pironio, A. Acin, H-L. Liang, V. Scarani, and N. Gisin, "Quantum Non-Locality Based on Finite-Speed Causal Influences Leads to Superluminal Signalling."
*Nat. Phys.***8**, 867 (2012). [arXiv] - Yin, J., Y. Cao, Y-C. Yong, J-G. Ren, H. Liang, S-K Liao, F Zhou, C. Liu, Y-P Wu, G-S. Pan, Li Li, N-L. Liu, Q. Zhang, C-Z. Peng, and J-W Pan, "Lower Bound on the Speed of Nonlocal Correlations without Locality and Measurement Choice Loopholes."
*Phys. Rev. Lett***110**, 260407 (2013). [arXiv] - Kofler, J., Ursin, R., Brukner, C, and Zeilinger, A., "Comment on: Testing the speed of ‘spooky action at a distance’." (2008). [arXiv]
- Wang, S. and X. Wang, "Comment on “Lower Bound on the Speed of Nonlocal Correlations without Locality and Measurement Choice Loopholes”" (2014). [arXiv]

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- Physics Frontiers 2: The de Broglie-Bohm Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
- Physics Frontiers 5: Pilot Wave Hydrodynamics
- Physics Frontiers 30: The Consistent Histories Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
- Physics Frontiers 33: Retrocausality
- Physics Frontiers 42: Entropic Gravity

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Anton Zeilinger's experiment

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DeletePhysicsFMOctober 18, 2020 at 7:19 AM

The quantum eraser is awesomely weird. Looks like a great paper.

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