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Experiment could reveal mechanism behind quantum entanglement

Physicists have devised an experiment that could reveal the precise workings of Einstein’s “spooky action at a distance.” The results, say the scientists, would show that either faster-than-light communication is possible, or, that the Universe is fundamentally nonlocal, in the sense that every bit of the Universe is connected to every other bit. The proposal […]

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String Theory Faster-Than-Light Drive Proposed




Physicists Gerald Cleaver and Richard Obousy, of Baylor University, believe they have come up with a new method for a spaceship to travel faster than the speed of light without breaking the laws of physics. They theorize that by manipulating the extra spatial dimensions of string theory around a spaceship with an extremely large amount […]




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Faster Than Light Effect Baffles Boffins




The textbooks say that information can’t travel faster than light, but researchers at Rochester University have uncovered tantalizing evidence that this may not be the case. To put Einstein to the test, they’re planning new experiments based on their work to date that shows that light can travel faster than the speed of light if […]




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