Sat, 20 Mar 1999 19:01:18 -0800
Matti Pitkanen wrote:
> In QM entanglement is one of the most QM:eish phenomena and plays key
> role in quantum compute sciencer. Schrodinger cat provides the standard
> example of entanglement. The state of cat and bottle of poison is
> superposition of cat dead-bottle open and cat alive-bottle closed states.
The states of entangled particles (events) can both be measured, but
not so for the dead and alive (states) of a S-cat.
The frequency components of a radio wave can be separated, but not
so for wavefunctions which are abstract probabilistic waves.
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