On 07-04-2022 02:03, Brent Meeker wrote:

On 4/6/2022 3:18 PM, smitra wrote:

The modus tollens then follows directly. Showing that
non-separable
states are necessarily not local.

Only true in classical physics. And this is actually going ton be
used in an experiment to demonstrate quantum gravity in an
experiment. By using gravity to create an entangled state one can
prove the quantum nature of gravity because a local classical force
cannot cause entanglement. The fact that QM is local and yet can
lead to non-local states is a crucial part of that argument.
Saibal

Do you have a reference for this experiment?

See here:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1707.06036
and also here:
https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.07974
Saibal

Brent
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