So, thinking about entanglement :)
Should really stop that, thinking I mean.
Can easily become habitual.
Anyway, if we entangle light and let it through in enough short pulses.
" Just as a strobelight can yield stop-action photographs of a falling water drop, femtosecond pulses can capture the ultrafast steps of a chemical reaction between multiple atoms or molecules. But attosecond pulses are better equipped to capture the even speedier motions of electrons within atoms.
If light can be imagined as a wave of peaks and valleys, a one-second visible light pulse is a train of roughly 600 trillion peaks and valleys in length. The researchers report an attosecond pulse just 200 nanometers long, carrying just over a dozen peaks and valleys.
Therefore, the duration of a light pulse can be thought of as the length along its direction of travel. A 1.28-second pulse can stretch from an earthbound laboratory to the moon; a 650-attosecond pulse would barely span the length of two typical viruses. "
Look here too
If we did so, would it be possible to then freeze/unfreeze them and manipulate the spin again by our 'observing'.
Will it make any difference if we then disappeared/destroyed one of the entangled photons and allowed the other to split into a new entangled pair via a 'beamsplitter'.
That is, are we sure that the state of the spin is 'locked' after we have 'observed' it.
And I can't keep this from you ---LHC---- in music.
4-All-U Rappers out there, I present, directly from Cern..
Aha, It's the truth, they made it (on their free time of course)
I like this one the best :)
And of course... The Remix :)
As all true Master-Pieces it has a remix ::))
For who it is look here
Btw: this is kind of mystical
As it guarantees (?)
" to controllably pump microwave photons, one at a time, into a superconducting microwave resonator. Up to six photons were pumped into and stored in the resonator "
Let me see. We now have six point-particles taking no room inside that MW resonator. Or do we have six(?) differentiated wavepackets.
Ahh, but it's quite cool.