Entangling Objects Visible to the Eye?

If the experimental results hold true, entangling more than a photon of light may have been accomplished. Researchers at Delft University and Aalto University have revealed two experiments demonstrating entanglement of objects nearly visible to the unaided eye. In the experiments, excitation was caused by focused lasers and a continuous bath of microwaves. The results of each provide hypothetically near-term applications within the telecommunications sector in transmittal of data secured with quantum entanglement and a less practical application in the study of gravity waves. Read on for more details at Science. April 28, 2018.

“The vibrations of two drumheads the width of a human hair are among the largest objects ever to have exhibited quantum entanglement”. (Credit: Aalto University, Petja Hyttinen & Olli Hanhirova, ARKH Architects)

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