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Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 17:07:34 EDT
Subject: The use of entanglement

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Use of entanglement.
I have been interested in  entanglement as a tool used to build a brain 
scanner. There are yet some byproducts of that technology.
Entanglement is as dimensional multiplication: Before it you have length L 
and height H, each is one dimensional. After, you have a surface S = L x H. It 

seems evident that there is more to a surface that to its sides, even if taking
into account the properties of infinites with the power of continuum, it can 
be proved that there is no more points in a surface that there are in a line.
In quantum systems, the first use of entanglement is with the qubit concept. 
A spin 1/2 system can be in the up or down state or an up-down mixing. This 
allows to represent a bit of information, entanglement produces numbers with 
more bits. There are too qutrit or quantum ternary information digit and so on.
The other big use of entanglement is that when particles P1,P2,...Pn are 

entangled they cannot be absorbed separately, they work as a single particle 
the energy of the sum P1+P2+...+Pn. In another way, entanglement breaks the 
wave particle duality: The wave is for a single element, such P1 but the 

particle is for the full set. That is a first look, the reality is even worst: 

system is in a superposition of states: one is P1, P2,... all separate from each
others, another is P1+P2, the other not included in the entanglement, and so 
on until all P1+P2+...+Pn are included in the entanglement. The mixing between 
all these states rests on the properties of the transmission medium. In empty 
space the medium is linear and each P can be seen as independent. When there 
is an absorption, the phenomenon is highly non linear and the entanglement is 
The published uses are in the microscopy domain, and microelectronics 

lithography technology. Using plastic lenses, a low density material, an 
light could work as if there was nearly no entanglement. When hitting a black 
photosensible resin it could act as an x-ray and produce the corresponding 
I have pointed before the possibility to use such a radiation to pump an 

x-ray nuclear laser. Such a laser has many potential uses, from QND brain 
to powerful radiography and time keeping in communication systems, so much 

informations could be crammed into a given waveband. If a 3 GHz radio generator
has a frequency stabilized to 1 kHz, entanglement with exit slit near 10 nm 
will reduce the relative dispersion by ten millions with two polarization 

entangled wave, that is, we can separate two channels 100 micro-Hertz away in 

gigahertz spectrum. This would produce a capacity limit 10,000 time larger than
what is given by simple amplitude modulation.
I have pointed out the possibility to use entanglement for "black magic": The 
basic idea is that a photon P is broken by parametric down conversion into 
two entangled photons A and B. B is sent to a complex interferometric system 

putting it in an exotic quantum state. A is then in the same state and exchange
its entanglement with a target particle C. C is then in the quantum state 

defined by the interferometer. Matter could be turned into anything up to 
with that technology. (Don't know the actual price of a bottle of Moonshine 
Another possibility: The frozen time.  Assume the photon B is broken further 
into B1 and B2 and these are entangled with some large bunch of photons so 

that they form a very long wave packet. B1 and B2 have very long life and form a
double phase space. This one defines the irreversible time for A. The internal 
clock of A has slowed down from one tick every one femtosecond or so to one 
tick every hour or day. If now A is entangled with some particle C, this one 
will be time frozen for hours or more. For example a muon (heavy electron) can 
catalyze a fusion reaction but producing it cost more in energy than what it 
produces in its 2.6 microsecond life. A beam of time frozen muons would  burn 
everything for hours. The ultimate Midas effect.
I point out here that this effect is similar to what is found in Special 
Relativity, even if no high speed is implied.
Entanglement of billions of radio wave photons could be used as a rocket 

effect compressor, the so called Ulam process of nuclear devices. This is out of
thermodynamics equilibrium nuclear spin cooling intended to form a 

Bose-Einstein condensate.There are possibilities to create "long duration" 
plasmas used in 
quantum computing and degenerate matter similar to the one found in white 
dwarf stars for example.
Stranger yet: The eversion of fiber bundle states such as SU(2). That would 
bring in the macroscopic domain the so called "weak force."
There are too some "death beams," for example entanglement in the HF domain 
could "see" biological matter as the vacuum and go throughout as a radio wave. 
A metal plate behind would be non linear and "collapse the wave function," the 
result would be a flash of hard x-rays able to vaporize anything. Think about 
 someone in front of a tank, only the tank would be destroyed. More strange 
yet: The state superposition must extend to very high energy neutrinos. These 
could start a nuclear reaction and destroy a nuke even behind a concrete wall. 
The same could be used to turn a nuclear reactor into a prompt chain reaction 
device, that is, a soft nuclear bomb: It would be "Tchernobylized". An Earth 
scale SU(2) field would have an energy near 10 megatons, if released at a 
single point defined by a suitable set of interferences, it could give a good 
The nuclear x-ray laser pump could be used too as a way to "evaporate" some 
nuclear elements and produce new nuclear species. Because this system is 

specific to a given nucleus, it could be used to deactivate radioactive 
products. It 
could too form excited nuclear states with fission properties, even if the 
ground state is not a fissile material, such as lead or bismuth.
Using interferometric (holographic) mirrors to produce the entangled states, 
the virtual exit slit could be reduced to one picometer or one MeV energy on a 
single polarization. If the starting radiation is one meter radio wave, a 
second polarization would bring the energy up to one EeV (exa electron volt or 
one billion billion eV) this is one million times the energy of the most 
powerful particle accelerator used today, the Tevatron.
All of that comes from the linear first quantification, the theory was 
established by Schrodinger in 1932.
Yvan Bozzonetti.


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