[ExI] R: Re: R: Re: Cramer on impossibility of FTL communication

scerir at alice.it scerir at alice.it
Wed Sep 2 23:05:46 UTC 2015

On Sep 2, 2015 11:07 AM, "scerir at alice.it" <scerir at alice.it> wrote:
> If you have a source of entangled photons and this source is much much
> to
>  location A than to location B, and if A and B are close enough, an
observer O
> could jump from A to B and you can imagine he could perform magic tricks.

Adrian Tymes wrote:
No I can't.  (Not any he could not already perform, anyway.)  He knows what
the photons at B will be before anyone who was previously there has
directly measured them.  So what?  It is known he hopped from A and could
have picked up the information there.

### Well yes, the observer measures the entangled photon arriving at 
location A, then he knows what he measured, then he jumps and he
knows the state of the entangled photon that is arriving at location B.
Imagine he wishes to collect, at location B, photons with a certain state
(in a box) and photons with another state (in another box) he can (without
performing measurements al location B). That's all. 

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