next-best-transport! down with ethernet!

Robert Bonomi bonomi at mail.r-bonomi.com
Fri Dec 30 17:39:33 CST 2011


> From nanog-bounces+bonomi=mail.r-bonomi.com at nanog.org  Fri Dec 30 07:03:54 2011
> From: "Vitkovsky, Adam" <avitkovsky at emea.att.com>
> To: Ray Soucy <rps at maine.edu>, Tei <oscar.vives at gmail.com>
> Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2011 14:00:16 +0100
> Subject: RE: next-best-transport! down with ethernet!
> Cc: "nanog at nanog.org" <nanog at nanog.org>
>
> Well hopefully we won't need to worry about the speed of light anymore
>
> Just recently I heard about the experiments with "quantum nonlocality" 
> no one seem to understand how it happens but for me it's enough it works
>  
> Basically when 2 photons or electrons are emitted form the same source -they are somehow bound/entangled together -that means if we change the spin on one photon to "up" the other photon will have it's spin changed to "down" immediately
> -and it doesn't matter whether the photons are next to each other or light years away -this happens instantly (no energy is transferred yet the information is passed)
> -this was already tested between two cities
>
> Imagine that instead of sfp connectors and dark fiber between San Fran and NY node we'd install a connectors with let's say 1500k entangled photons 
> -and if we set the spin in a way to send a 1500kbit packet to NY the NY node would see it instantly -no cables needed
>
> -also there some attempts to actually send the information 50 micro sec back in time
>
> Of course there are still these issues with probabilities at quantum level

I *strongy* recommend that anyone pursuing this subject read Dr. Asimov's
essays on resublimated thiotimoline.






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