New theory suggests way to teleport energy long distances

Jan 28, 2014 by Bob Yirka report
Schematic diagram of (a) vacuum state quantum energy teleportation (QET) protocol and (b) long- distance squeezed-state QET. Credit: arxiv.org/abs/1305.3955

(Phys.org) —A trio of researchers at Tohoku University in Japan, led by Masahiro Hotta, has proposed a new way to teleport energy that allows for doing so over long distances. In their paper published in Physical Review A, the team describes a theory they've developed that takes advantage of the properties of squeezed light or vacuum states to allow for "teleporting" information about an energy state, allowing for making use of that energy—in essence, teleporting energy over long distances.

On such as Star Trek, people are moved from one location to another via teleportation, where the people (or objects) are not literally sent—instead their essence is reestablished in another local, giving the illusion of movement. In real life, nothing like that exists, though scientists have begun using the term teleportation to describe the results of entanglement experiments—where two are joined somehow despite no apparent connection between them. Changes to one particle happen automatically to the other. Scientists have broadened their experiments to include light and matter, and more recently, energy.

Back in 2008, Hotta, with another team, first devised a theory for teleporting energy based on taking advantages of vacuum states—theory suggests they are not truly empty, instead there are particles in them that pop in and out of existence, some of which are entangled. While interesting, the theory suggested that teleporting energy could only be carried out over very short distances. In this new effort, Hotta et al have found a way to increase the teleportation distance by making use of a property known as squeezed light which is tied to a squeezed vacuum state.

Quantum mechanics laws limit the ways that values in a system (such as a vacuum) can be measured—physicists have found however, that increasing the uncertainty of one value, decrease the uncertainty of the value of others—a sort of squeezing effect. When applied to light, theory suggests, it leads to more pairs traveling together through a vacuum, which in turn leads to more of them being entanglement, and that the team suggests should allow for teleporting over virtually any distance.

The researchers suggest their theory could be put to the test in a lab and Hotta hints that he and another partner are in the process of doing just that.

Explore further: Teleportation just got easier—but not for you, unfortunately

More information: Quantum energy teleportation without a limit of distance, Phys. Rev. A 89, 012311 (2014) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.89.012311 . On ArXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/1305.3955

Abstract
Quantum energy teleportation (QET) is, from the operational viewpoint of distant protocol users, energy transportation via local operations and classical communication. QET has various links to fundamental research fields including black-hole physics, the quantum theory of Maxwell's demon, and quantum entanglement in condensed-matter physics. However, the energy that has been extracted using a previous QET protocol is limited by the distance between two protocol users; the upper bound of the energy being inversely proportional to the distance. In this paper, we prove that introducing squeezed vacuum states with local vacuum regions between the two protocol users overcomes this limitation, allowing energy teleportation over practical distances.

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The Shootist
3 / 5 (2) Jan 28, 2014
Waldo might yet live.
shavera
5 / 5 (8) Jan 28, 2014
Note:

where two entangled particles are joined somehow despite no apparent connection between them. Changes to one particle happen automatically to the other.


Is not a scientifically-accurate description of quantum entanglement. It is a line used to describe the situation to the non-scientist public, but is not a reflection of our understanding of entanglement *per se*
antialias_physorg
3.7 / 5 (3) Jan 28, 2014
of squeezed light or vacuum states to allow for "teleporting" information about an energy state, allowing for making use of that energy—in essence, teleporting energy over long distances

Argh. No. It's not information teleportation. It's state teleportation. Big difference.
Faster-than-light for states is allowed. Faster than light for information is not.
(In order to classify as information one has to have a-priori knowledge of a state. This is not possible as long as the entities are entangled because as soon as you want to get at that knowledge you have to measure one of the entities. After the measurement that gets at the information the two entities are no longer entangled)
kochevnik
not rated yet Jan 28, 2014
After the measurement that gets at the information the two entities are no longer entangled)
Weak measurement might be a workaround
bearly
4 / 5 (2) Jan 28, 2014
"should allow for teleporting energy over virtually any distance"
If true we could power a spaceship to the moon, Mars, or anywhere else at a much higher speed than is attainable today without the requirement of taking the "energy" with us.
Nestle
3 / 5 (2) Jan 28, 2014
Energy can be teleported over long distances


It already was, as Günter Nimtz already demonstrated (and I'm not even talking about scalar waves of Nicola Tesla - compare the experiments of Konstantin Meyl, for example.). The gravitational beams of Podkletnov and Poher are stuff of the same category. For to make such tunneling effective, whole ensemble of entangled particles must be utilized for it - which is why the superconductors are effective for it. The electrons are compressed each other inside of superconductor stripes and the squeezed vacuum energy states are generated with it.
Nestle
1 / 5 (3) Jan 28, 2014
While this formulation of quantum teleportation does not provide a means to exchange energy
The energy cannot be teleported in deterministic/traceable way from source to observer, as it would violate the special relativity. But when you're hearing someone behind wall, you cannot be completely sure with the audio source too - and some energy will still be transfered. The indeterministic tunneling can be imagined like the spreading of surface ripples across rigid board lying across water pool full of water. Due to compressibility of water subtle the portion of energy will tunnel and spread bellow board via longitudinal waves, despite the transverse surface waves will be blocked with the board. But you will lose the information about exact location of the wave source at the price: whole volume of underwater will contribute to the energy spreading in this case.
antialias_physorg
4 / 5 (4) Jan 28, 2014
Weak measurement might be a workaround

Weak measurement gets you only partial information on other things (e.g. 'which way' information). It doesn't allow for getting at the state of the entangled property (e.g. the polarization or the spin).

In any case you need to set (encode) a property to have information transmitted. But that is a strong measurement in any case which breaks the entanglement.

If true we could power a spaceship to the moon, Mars, or anywhere else at a much higher speed than is attainable today without the requirement of taking the "energy" with us.

Preparing/storing the entangled entities would take a lot more energy than you'd gain from transmitting it. And they'd be used up pretty quickly.
antonima
2 / 5 (3) Jan 28, 2014
I read a sci fi novel that dealt with weapons technology like this. It would be like a nuclear arms race, but it would be completely unpredictable and at any moment either side could launch an instantaneous and annihilating assault on the enemy. And why wouldn't it, if it were instantaneous there would be absolutely no strategic deterrent to prevent it? Any slight, any perceived perfidy could trigger the apocalypse. In the novel the scientist who discovered it decided never to share his discovery with the world.
Nestle
3 / 5 (2) Jan 28, 2014
Gravitational beams are currently researched with Podkletnov in the Moscow Chemical Research Center. The whole center is a very secure facility and most of research laboratories are closed to the general public. If you go to 5-million volts, you can generate hundreds of pounds of force. The impulse deforms metal in the way that a hydraulic press might do it, but the pulse-duration is very short in time. As a longitudinal waves of vacuum, these impulses tend to propagate with superluminal speed. They can be weaponized easily, but they could be used for rocket propulsion in space. At the same time, they can be used for the correction of satellite orbits from the earth with minimum expense, making this a very promising technology. Actually this effect can be replicated easily in every school lab, but the challenge is to achieve really coherent beams, which are propagate to few hundreds of kilometers without attenuation.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (1) Jan 28, 2014
Why teleport power when you can create unlimited amounts of it anywhere you want?
http://www.youtub...lyu4czYs

-Randy Mills Blacklight power demo tomorrow-

-Heres zephyrs favorite something-for-nothing gizmo
http://www.youtub...KqdcDDrQ
Nestle
3 / 5 (2) Jan 28, 2014
Why teleport power when you can create unlimited amounts of it anywhere you want?
IMO the magnetic motors achieve the overunity with teleporting/tunneling energy at short distances too. The "squeezed vacuum states" are created with squeezed magnetic domains (in their magnetic monopole state) instead of squeezed charge carriers. The ferromagnetic domains are most pronounced quantum phenomena stable above room temperature - they just entangle the electron spin instead of charge. That is to say, all these "teleportation" principles actually do violate an entropic time arrow and thermodynamics in similar way - just with different ratio of energy density and distance.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (1) Jan 28, 2014
Why teleport power when you can create unlimited amounts of it anywhere you want?
IMO the magnetic motors achieve the overunity with teleporting/tunneling energy at short distances too. The "squeezed vacuum states" are created with squeezed magnetic domains (in their magnetic monopole state) instead of squeezed charge carriers. The ferromagnetic domains are most pronounced quantum phenomena stable above room temperature - they just entangle the electron spin instead of charge. That is to say, all these "teleportation" principles actually do violate an entropic time arrow and thermodynamics in similar way - just with different ratio of energy density and distance.
Nice theory but nobody has actually seen one work under controlled conditions.
Nestle
not rated yet Jan 28, 2014
The magnetic motor was repeatedly demonstrated before the eyes of dozens of scientists. It was dismantled and built again. Nobody didn't bother to replicate it. After all, Podkletnov effects are easily reproducible too and nobody did bother to replicate it. The EM-Drive was replicated with Chinese, the Woodward drive was replicated with NASA. And what happened next? Absolutely nothing: the contemporary physicists are in deep shit or they have nowhere to hurry until their money are going. Nobody is willing the lost of one penny from his salary and risk his safe tenure. The ignorance of these experiments with physicists is as principal, as the downvoting of my posts with some people here. It wouldn't be therefore surprising, if the actual change would come outside from official physics: from Andrea Rossi, Randell Mills or whoever else. After all, like every revolution.
Nestle
not rated yet Jan 28, 2014
Two videos (AVI, MOV) from C. Poher experiments. In its simplest form it's just about introduction of electrical pulse from capacitor to the surface of superconductor pellet soaked with liquid nitrogen. The emanated pulse of scalar waves would manifest with shaking of water surface placed bellow experiment (you cannot shield it with dielectric or ferromagnetic materials). At the moment, when superconductor loses superconductivity, then this effect disappears too - you can easily separate it from mechanical effects of discharge in this way. Every secondary school lab could replicate it. It's essentially the dark matter preparation.
Nestle
not rated yet Jan 28, 2014
Note that at the end of both videos we can see two blind experiments: attempts for discharge of capacitor into block of aluminum under nitrogen - actually nothing visible happens. It's evident, whole the splash of liquid nitrogen comes from gravitomagnetic effect demonstrated: it's not a weak effect.
TheGhostofOtto1923
3.7 / 5 (3) Jan 28, 2014
Nobody didn't bother to replicate it. After all, Podkletnov effects are easily reproducible too and nobody did bother to replicate it... And what happened next? Absolutely nothing: the contemporary physicists are in deep Shiite
But you apparently don't need to be a physicist to make these things; and yet nobody's making them. Damned curious wouldn't you say?

Magnetic motors wouldn't pose near the danger that a runaway e-cat would and so shouldn't need the level of permitting needed for those things. You just build them and sell them by the dozen on eBay.

SO WHERE ARE THEY?

Oh silly me - I should've checked first.
http://www.ebay.c...t=mobile
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (1) Jan 28, 2014
"The ceramic was apparently propelled by its emission of a momentum-bearing flux of an unknown nature. This flux weakly accelerated distant irradiated matter"

-Well if they're talking about the arm which is moving upward, it doesn't appear to be remote but in direct contact and so it could be being moved by a mechanical impact force. Maybe I'm not understanding the setup?
Nestle
not rated yet Jan 28, 2014
Setup (with scheme) is already linked above. The arm is essentially the ballistic pendulum, it's purpose is just to measure the resulting impulse. This impulse is generated with superconductor itself - it does behave like the reactionless drive.
Captain Stumpy
5 / 5 (1) Jan 29, 2014
@zephyr
i have some issues with your link
C. Poher experiments.

and
Setup (with scheme) is already linked above.

the link takes you to a paper that is here

http://www.univer...PJAP.pdf

however, when i went to the European Physical Journal Applied Physics and searched

http://www.epjap....?jid=JAP

for the following:
Propelling phenomenon revealed by electric discharges into layered Y123 superconducting ceramics by C. Poher, D. Poher, and P. Marquet


there are ABSOLUTELY NO PAPERS LISTED
i could NOT find this paper listed in the site
i searched several ways

Please provide a REPUTABLE link to EITHER the European Physics Journal article
or submit an accurate name, as the article PDF that you linked is NOT on the database as shown
NOR is it listed under the authors as titled
NEITHER is it listed under the links at the top of the PDF

taka
not rated yet Jan 29, 2014
That tell for really simple entanglement explanation: Entanglement mean that particles are indeed connected, but that connection lay outside our space. Not necessarily in 4-th dimension, just outside. Entanglement create real wormhole throw space.
Conclusions: Information and apparently also energy CAN be sent instantly and no way to listen in. Nothing material cannot be sent, so loos of physic as we know them are safe. That can be mechanism how gravity operates (it is also instant). Space as we know it is secondary phenomena like temperature and pressure, it is knitted from mesh of tiny wormholes (entangled particles).
Osteta
Jan 29, 2014
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TheGhostofOtto1923
3 / 5 (2) Jan 29, 2014
Setup (with scheme) is already http://www.univer...JAP.pdf. The arm is essentially the ballistic pendulum, it's purpose is just to measure the resulting impulse. This impulse is generated with superconductor itself - it does behave like the reactionless drive.
Yah I saw the setup and I'm saying that it could easily have been rigged. You're the guy who's always accusing scientists of cheating and fabricating. I am just looking at this demo critically.

This is a Cambridge lab - is it actually affiliated with the university? Any peer review of the paper? Any independent duplication?
Captain Stumpy
not rated yet Jan 29, 2014
@Otto
This is a Cambridge lab - is it actually affiliated with the university? Any peer review of the paper? Any independent duplication?

I dont even think the paper is legit
i searched the European Physics Journal site and there is no mention of the paper
Neither was there mention of the paper at Cambridge
tried searching both

@zephyr
If you're interested about source of article, you should search for it yourself. I don't need it for anything at the moment, when I've PDF in my hands

you misunderstand what I am saying
I searched for this paper myself
I used the links on the PDF you linked to
there was NO mention at Cambridge or European Physical Journal of the paper, and it SHOULD have shown up as paywalled even in the search

therefore the paper is not in their journal as you believe it is
so I dont believe it is even legitimate
even with the so-called links at the top

just because it looks legit doesnt mean it is legit
Osteta
Jan 29, 2014
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Osteta
Jan 29, 2014
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Captain Stumpy
not rated yet Jan 29, 2014
@zephyr
So are you impliyng,

i am IMPLYING nothing
i am STATING that i searched the site database and i found NO REFERENCE to this paper at Cambridge OR the European Physical society sites

no speculation or inferences here. this is a statement of fact that i searched and even though i found many paywalled reports, i saw absolutely ZERO mentions of your linked paper that is posted.

feel free to search yourself and if you find it, please provide a link so that i can verify it.
You skeptics are getting funny at times...;-)

not attempting humour at all
i am being legitimate and honest

please feel free to replicate my search
Captain Stumpy
not rated yet Jan 29, 2014
@zephyr
So are you impliyng,

i am IMPLYING nothing
i am STATING that i searched the site database and i found NO REFERENCE to this paper at Cambridge OR the European Physical society sites

no speculation or inferences here. this is a statement of fact that i searched and even though i found many paywalled reports, i saw absolutely ZERO mentions of your linked paper that is posted.

feel free to search yourself and if you find it, please provide a link so that i can verify it.
You skeptics are getting funny at times...;-)

not attempting humour at all
i am being legitimate and honest

please feel free to replicate my search
Osteta
Jan 30, 2014
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Captain Stumpy
not rated yet Jan 30, 2014
What you (don't) believe in belongs into religion, not into science.

@zephyr Osteta
ok how about this
i am STATING that i searched the site database and i found NO REFERENCE to this paper at Cambridge OR the European Physical society sites

no speculation or inferences here. this is a statement of fact that i searched and even though i found many paywalled reports, i saw absolutely ZERO mentions of your linked paper that is posted.

feel free to search yourself and if you find it, please provide a link so that i can verify it

therefore, given that there is no verification of facts, one can only conclude by the evidence that this paper is not only invalid, but has used a university name to add authority to it
therefore
I don't know about lab. Journal itself is peer-reviwed

is meaningless as the paper is not within either journal so the paper cannot be legitimate
Osteta
Jan 30, 2014
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Captain Stumpy
5 / 5 (2) Jan 30, 2014
It can still be legitimate, you just believe it isn't = religion.

@zephyr
it is not a matter of belief at all
it is a matter of PROOF

YOU CANNOT PROVE that it is legitimate
and both sites that the paper CLAIMS to be affiliated with have NO PAPER published
therefore there is NO PROOF that THE PAPER YOU LINKED is LEGITIMATE

in fact, until there IS proof:
then the evidence thus far states that the paper is a HOAX and
IS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO OBFUSCATE ITS ORIGINS
while also attempting to bring credibility through peer review and collusion with a known reputable source
meaning that the publication, until proven legitimate, is nothing more than an attempt to CON the reader into believing something that is most likely FALSE

IOW- this is another attempt to legitimize a KNOWN FALSEHOOD and most likely is an attempt to lend credibility to aether CRACKPOT SCIENCE
Nestle
1 / 5 (1) Jan 30, 2014
YOU CANNOT PROVE that it is legitimate
Science isn't about proofs but about evidence. This paper describes similar effects, like Podkletnov, so I would consider this text seriously even without publication in peer-reviewed journal. The stance of trolls like you just explains, how mainstream science, physics in particular, managed to ignore phenomena, which are manifesting at the kilowatt energy scale for whole decades. Such an ignorance requires really talent and streamlined effort - and your attitude just explains, how it works for dedicated individual.

IMO it has no meaning to continue in this discussion - as we can both safely agree, we cannot agree each other.
Captain Stumpy
5 / 5 (3) Jan 30, 2014
@Zephyr
Science isn't about proofs but about evidence

I guess you didnt read above
evidence says this paper is a hoax or a con
The stance of trolls like you just explains, how mainstream science, p...ignore phenomena, which are manifesting at the kilowatt energy scale...

ok first
YOU TROLL here with a made up paper and then call ME a troll?
Wow
next- SCIENCE does not IGNORE FACTS or PROOF or EVIDENCE
that is YOUR job as an acolyte of aether!
Such an ignorance requires really talent and streamlined effort

no work to prove CRACKPOTS WRONG
all the work is already DONE!
your attitude just explains

you are MAD because you've been caught in a BLATANT FALSEHOOD
PROMOTING a SCAM
it has no meaning to continue in this discussion

unless you PROMOTE another BLATANT SCAM/LIE
because that is what this whole discussion is about
YOU TROLLING WITH HACK/SCAM PAPERS

of course we cannot agree... i want SCIENCE, you want PHILOSOPHY
now stop posting CRACKPOT GARBAGE
thanx
Lex Talonis
not rated yet Jan 31, 2014
I have done a faster than light data transfer.

I sat on the bonnet of a car going fast enough, with an electric torch and some morse key code work on the on and off button.

Simple.

Teleportation 101.
TheGhostofOtto1923
3.7 / 5 (3) Jan 31, 2014
Hey uh stump? Many posters lots more persistent and articulate than you have failed to move the immovable zephyr. Zephyr is like the proton. He will still be here long after you have decayed into tallow and fur balls and corprolite.

Give it up.
Osteta
Jan 31, 2014
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TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (1) Jan 31, 2014
Even protons may decay under extreme pressure. But the objections of Mr. Stumpy cannot pose extreme pressure for me because of lack of arguments. The problem of Mr. Stumpy is, I do understand his defensive stance well - but he is not willing/abble to ntercept my perspective. It's rather unfair battle with such a handicape.
If nothing else, it demonstrates, that the people under pressure are willing to lose their social credit and dignity, rather than their conviction. It's similar situation like at the case of tiny bubbles or droplets, which resist the emulgation with environment the more, the more curved they already are. The acceptation of new ideas requires rather smooth cognitive gradient: when this gradient gets prominent enough, then the information from outside will bounce off with total reflection mechanism instead of being absorbed and the religious proponent of conservative stance will change into cognitive black hole, which cannot blah
My words exactly.
Captain Stumpy
5 / 5 (1) Jan 31, 2014
@zephyr
how poetic
its not my lack of understanding... i just dont agree that pseudo-science has a place on a science site, just like posting faked papers in support of a position is nothing short of stupid

even if the papers have SOME legitimate science, it undermines the entire argument and then bases further speculation upon a fallacy.

obviously the argument
it demonstrates, that the people under pressure are willing to lose their social credit and dignity, rather than their conviction

refers to your inability to effectively utilise real science which is reinforced by your inability to comprehend how a dead issue and dead pseudoscience like aether is not legitimate
cognitive black hole, which cannot exchange information with its environment

the most effective descriptor of Zephyr and aether/EU acolytes yet

get back to posting about REAL science
not CRACKPOT stuff
and use real papers or legit links this time, not FAKE
Nestle
1 / 5 (1) Jan 31, 2014
This article is real and it describes the things, which did really happen. It can be found at many places of the web. On this video you can see, how the energy is transmitted across desk and causes the undulations of water surface bellow the desk. The dismissal of things is much more easy, than their acceptation, huh?
Whydening Gyre
not rated yet Jan 31, 2014
Isn't the acceptance of Higgs field imparting mass property via a frequency as a reality, a tacit acceptance of aether theory? Because as far as anyone has ever observed, a wave requires a medium to travel in, right?
Certainly makes it look as if "Science" just wants a hipper, fuller (to itself) description of it's own...
Captain Stumpy
not rated yet Jan 31, 2014
This article is real

@Zephyr
the article uses the following links/annotation in the upper corners
Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys.50, 30803 (2010)
DOI:10.1051/epjap/2010060

is in the upper left
this is two links:
the top link goes to

http://www.epjap....?jid=JAP

and the bottom link goes to

http://journals.c...journals

searches on both sites reveal that the article in question is NOT on either site
the searches on the sites continually return "No results found" whether looking for title, author, search by year, topic, word searches, numerical reference numbers or even references TO the article in other articles
the video link just takes you to epjap.org
it also states that
Article published by EDP Sciences

europhysicsnews.org doesnt have it
edpsciences.org doesnt have it

to be continued...
Captain Stumpy
5 / 5 (1) Jan 31, 2014
@Zephyr continued

given that only the author Poher has it on HIS site, and given that it is written to make the reader think that it is an official publication, affiliated with Cambridge, the European Physical Journal and EDP sciences, and yet no site has it published or has record of it
it can only be a hoax/crackpot paper attempting to appear legitimate at this point, regardless of content or any valid science that it might reference, as it is based upon a falsity

this article may contain SOME science, but as the paper is designed to perpetrate a hoax by offering to the reader a semblance of legitimacy, it cannot be taken literally and therefore is nothing more than the attempts of a pseudo-science crackpot to establish respectability for a known false assumption

therefore this is nothing more than a fallacy wrapped in a subterfuge

believe in that paper at your own risk
Whydening Gyre
not rated yet Jan 31, 2014
given that only the author Poher has it on HIS site, and given that it is written to make the reader think that it is an official publication, affiliated with Cambridge, the European Physical Journal and EDP sciences, and yet no site has it published or has record of it
it can only be a hoax/crackpot paper attempting to appear legitimate at this point, regardless of content or any valid science that it might reference, as it is based upon a falsity

therefore this is nothing more than a fallacy wrapped in a subterfuge

believe in that paper at your own risk

Cap'n
There is a possibility not being considered here.
That it was REMOVED from those sites...
Captain Stumpy
5 / 5 (1) Feb 01, 2014
Cap'n
There is a possibility not being considered here.
That it was REMOVED from those sites...

@Wydening Gyre
yes, and i considered it.
the reason would most likely be that it was crackpot pseudo-science

there could have been issues with plagiarism or another such reason as well... and until it is know what the reason is, i would warn anyone reading it to be very aware that it misrepresents itself...
it doesnt take a genius to alter the headers of a paper... and if it WAS removed, then i am surprised that the institutions are allowing said author to maintain the headers without legal action being taken against the him...
unless, of course, they dont know about it.

Nestle
1 / 5 (1) Feb 01, 2014
given that only the author Poher has it on HIS site
Did you ever checked my link? It's normal official article. Applied Physics Research is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal published by the Canadian Center of Science and Education.
Ducklet
1 / 5 (1) Feb 01, 2014
Faster-than-light for states is allowed. Faster than light for information is not.


Nobody has said anything about fast-than-light. It's simply about communicating state, not about doing so instantly.
TheGhostofOtto1923
1 / 5 (1) Feb 02, 2014
Faster-than-light for states is allowed. Faster than light for information is not.


Nobody has said anything about fast-than-light. It's simply about communicating state, not about doing so instantly
Well actually lots of people have said this:

"Recent experiments have measured entangled particles within less than one part in 10,000 of the light travel time between them; according to the formalism of quantum theory, the effect of measurement happens instantly. "

-because that's the way it works.
Nestle
not rated yet Feb 02, 2014
Günter Nimtz already demonstrated superluminal teleporting of energy. The experiments with quantum teleportation of photons belong into the same category too (photons mediate "energy", not mass). So we should rather ask, what new is actually about in the above article. I think, it's the utilization of squeezed quantum vacuum states for its explanation.
Captain Stumpy
not rated yet Feb 05, 2014
Setup (with scheme) is already http://www.univer...JAP.pdf. The arm is essentially the ballistic pendulum, it's purpose is just to measure the resulting impulse

@zephyr/nestle/osteta et al
with regard to the article linked in this above quote:
the EDP Sciences has told me that it was withdrawn and not considered a serious study. Here is a direct quote from my inquiry
This article has been withdraw from the journal, it was not considered as a serious study.
The author should not used the PDF has he is doing.
I hope this answer to your question, best regards,
Agnès Henri

EDP Sciences
Parc d'Activités de Courtaboeuf, BP 112
17, avenue du Hoggar
91944 Les Ulis cedex A, France

as i said, i did not consider it legitimate, and now i know.
It WAS removed... and for good reason
hope he doesnt get sued now for misrepresentation...

PEACE