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We've looked before at the extraordinary effort to entangle humans going on at the University of Geneva in Switzerland. Today we get a little more insight into the challenges this team faces in achieving their task.

In essence, entanglement is measured by creating two entangled photons, sending them to widely separated detectors and determining how quickly a measurement on one influences the other. If this influence is superluminal, then you've got entanglement on your hands.

The experiment underway by Pavel Sekatski and pals at the University of Geneva is simply to replace the photon detectors in this set up with human eyes.

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"We have been suggesting this since the 1970's, but for it to really work we need signal nonlocality that requires a generalization of mainstream quantum theory." -- Jack Sarfatti

Category: Science