It is not the first time the term Digital Anthropocene came into focus, but the first time is was clearly stated for the public. This page is not to promote the book Not Sand, Not Sound. It shall show what is behind the chapter LEVEL 3 in Not Sand, Not Sound when it comes to computing in the Libyan Desert and all the crazy stories. The words of science are marked in italics showing there is foundation …
BELL’S THEOREM [a chapter in Not Sand, Not Sound]
Now you shall get the text behind the obvious. Face the consequences for a Sane and Sound mind which this book is made for. Another sip of the Eraserhead might help you to decipher the words of the scientists that you get right now to read in the way they have been published.
For the exchange of codes, faster than light, is experimental proof. Is life just a code?
We at Department C at the NGA know it. You shall get to know it also after another Eraserhead. You surely remember the deal. You promised me for a second reading of the chapter, after which you will order the original brand. You get it at Johnson & Johnson as the Placebo Aspirin, save for kids. Wasn’t Eraserhead a fitting name?
Significant-loophole-free test of Bell’s theorem with entangled photons
20 Dec. 2015
Local realism is the worldview in which physical properties of objects exist independently of measurement and where physical influences cannot travel faster than the speed of light. Bell’s theorem states that this worldview is incompatible with the predictions of quantum mechanics, as is expressed in Bell’s inequalities. Previous experiments convincingly supported the quantum predictions. Yet, every experiment requires assumptions that provide loopholes for a local realist explanation. Here we report a Bell test that closes the most significant of these loopholes simultaneously. Using a well-optimized source of entangled photons, rapid setting generation, and highly efficient superconducting detectors, we observe a violation of a Bell inequality with high statistical significance. The purely statistical probability of our results to occur under local realism does not exceed 3.74×10−31, corresponding to an 11.5 standard deviation effect.
Comments: Supplementary Material is available as an arXiv ancillary file.
Experimental data available on request–please contact the corresponding authors
Subjects: Quantum Physics (quant-ph)
Journal reference: Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 250401 (2015)
Cite as: arXiv:1511.03190 [quant-ph] (or arXiv:1511.03190v2 [quant-ph] for this version)
Marissa Giustina, Marijn A. M. Versteegh, Sören Wengerowsky, Johannes Handsteiner, Armin Hochrainer, Kevin Phelan, Fabian Steinlechner, Johannes Kofler, Jan-Åke Larsson, Carlos Abellán, Waldimar Amaya, Valerio Pruneri, Morgan W. Mitchell, Jörn Beyer, Thomas Gerrits, Adriana E. Lita, Lynden K. Shalm, Sae Woo Nam, Thomas Scheidl, Rupert Ursin, Bernhard Wittmann, Anton Zeilinger
Don’t faint, don’t give up. It is the language of the Believers who can’t admit that God exists. They need a probability level. You say that’s no proof for God? Someone travel faster than light, able to travel back in time? For Ervare who reports in The Gods of Informatics of a talk he had with Anton Zeilinger it was good enough to Believe that God exists – maybe in the Rain?