I wonder how the folks at MIT measured the “temperature” of the H atom in their trichloromethane molecule.
I have not heard about the semi-coherent state of a quantum system. They seem to say its not quite entangled. Maybe its just smoke and mirrors. And what about the electrons in the molecule? Are they part of the unentangled system? All that questioning—it sounds more like the MIT experiment created a meta-stable situation with at least 2 nearly equivalent phases, which swap spins of the primary particles of the molecule, and/or orbital spin of the electrons, changing potential energy for kinetic energy from phase to phase, but with no net change in total energy of the coherent (entangled) system. The “temperature” or kinetic energy flows between the various constituents of the molecule like an oscillating spring/mass system without loss of any energy. Bob Cook ________________________________ From: Jack Cole <jcol...@gmail.com> Sent: Saturday, December 23, 2017 6:38:53 AM To: email@example.com Subject: [Vo]:Article: Physicists Demonstrate How to Reverse of the Arrow of Time - MIT Technology Review Physicists Demonstrate How to Reverse of the Arrow of Time - MIT Technology Review http://flip.it/Kq0KC4