Tuesday, January 30, 2007

From: "John G. Cramer"
Date: January 29, 2007 11:13:52 PM PST
To: Jack Sarfatti
Subject: Re: Why it won't work.

Dear Jack,

I had used the transactional interpretation to analyze your "stencil" scheme for nonlocal communication, and I had immediately seen the problem you mention. Without coincidences the "receiver" detector has no way of distinguishing entangled photons whose twins passed through the stencil from those whose photon twins stopped on the solid parts of the stencil, so no signal comes through. I was planning to write you and point this out.

I should also point out that my coincidence-free Dopfer gedankenexperiment is not affected by this.

John Cramer

Jack Sarfatti wrote:
OK folks I woke up this morning realizing why my particular scheme without the coincidence circuit won't work. Very simple, same reason as usual. The noise from the receiver photons entangled with those sender photons that are absorbed by the stencil barriers will destroy the local signal. Of course, in the usual way of nonlocal interferometry the signal can be reconstructed after the fact with a proper design using data transmitted from the sender in the usual way. The only other loop hole would be if there were advanced EM signals, but if there were we would not have to go to all this trouble.

On Jan 28, 2007, at 4:11 PM, Jack Sarfatti wrote:

now online is a bigger file with references, illustrations and some more corrections and clarifications. This file will be continually updated expanded clarified and will be presented at Quantum Mind Conference in Salzburg and at the ISST Time Conference in Montery in summer 2007.

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