Michael E. Thomas
Colossal Storage Corporation
Breakthrough – World’s First Entangled Atomic Particles
been shown previously by Michael E. Thomas that controlling and monitoring
the exchange of electric fields, electromagnetic fields, electrostatic
fields, UV photons, electrons, and displacement of the central nucleus of
the ferroelectric molecules will allow the molecules to function as an “
Atomic Switch “.
It has been shown previously by Michael E. Thomas that controlling and monitoring the exchange of electric fields, electromagnetic fields, electrostatic fields, UV photons, electrons, and displacement of the central nucleus of the ferroelectric molecules will allow the molecules to function as an “ Atomic Switch “.
It is therefore possible to create a data storage system that can be entangled in time and space that will allow the device to function as 2 independent information collection systems in the virtual universe where practical applications for entanglement, such as the possibility of sending encrypted information by means of entangled particles even if the other particle is a million miles away.
The U.S. Patents, # 6,028,835 2/22/00 and # 6,046,973 4/4/00 protect a new and unique method for a non-contact semiconductor integrated read/write head. The read/write head will use photons from an Ultra-Violet/Deep Blue Laser for storing and retrieving data to a Entangled Particle Holographic Optical Disk. See also 3 Page White Paper .
The possibility of being able to instantaneously transfer information anywhere in the universe will be reality someday.
Information communication in the world will be done in the most secured method using entangled particle holographic optical data nanostorage.
Albert Einstein never liked entanglement. It seemed to run counter to a central tenet of his theory of relativity: nothing, not even information, can travel faster than the speed of light.
In quantum mechanics, all the forces of nature are mediated by the exchange of particles such as photons, and these particles must obey this cosmic speed limit. So an action "here" can cause no effect "over there" any sooner than it would take light to travel there in a vacuum.
But two entangled particles can appear to influence one another instantaneously, whether they're in the same room or at opposite ends of the Universe.
Einstein called this ‘spooky action at a distance’ - spooky because there is no known mechanism for such an interaction, and because it would entail that things can be affected by events which, in some frame of reference, haven't happened yet.
Quantum entanglement occurs when two or more particles interact in a way that causes their fates to become linked: It becomes impossible to consider (or mathematically describe) each particle's condition independently of the others'. Collectively they constitute a single quantum state.
Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger in 1925 showed that if two particles are prepared in a quantum state such that there is a matching correlation between two ‘canonically conjugate’ dynamical quantities — quantities like position and momentum whose values suffice to specify all the properties of a classical system — then there are infinitely many dynamical quantities of the two particles for which there exist similar matching correlations: every function of the canonically conjugate pair of the first particle matches with the same function of the canonically conjugate pair of the second particle.
Thus system No. 1 ‘does not only know these two answers but a vast number of others, and that with no mnemotechnical help whatsoever, at least with none that we know of.’
Schrödinger coined the term ‘entanglement’ to describe this peculiar connection between quantum systems:
When two systems, of which we know the states by their respective representatives, enter into temporary physical interaction due to known forces between them, and when after a time of mutual influence the systems separate again, then they can no longer be described in the same way as before by endowing each of them with a representative of its own. I would not call that one but rather the characteristic trait of quantum mechanics, the one that enforces its entire departure from classical lines of thought. By the interaction the two representatives [the quantum states] have become entangled.