On 2/14/2011 5:03 PM, 1Z wrote:
This isn't true, is it?
> So we have two particles (A and B) that are entangled.
> Entanglement is never destroyed, it is only obscured by subsequent
> interactions with the environment.
> Particle A goes zooming off into outer space.
> 10 years later, Particle B becomes incorporated into my brain.
> The next day, an alien scientist measures the entangled property on
> Particle A.
> This will have an immediate non-local effect on Particle B won't it?
Particle B was "observed" (einselected) by your brain first, so the
"action" is on
If the alien scientists measurement is more that one light-day away the
events are spacelike and neither one is first (assuming of course that
the particles have not lost coherence in the ten years).
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