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Re: Fwd: Quantum device brings end to the "World Wide Wait"
- From: Marc Hurst
- Date: Wed Apr 01 13:19:06 1998
Actually the Bell labs website has quite an extensive slab of info on
this work-up, it appears it ports to optical and wireless technologies.
Just do a search on "quantum" when you get there.
THZ's man.... cooool.
On Tue, 31 Mar 1998, Chris Parker wrote:
> At 09:31 AM 4/1/98 -0500, Alex \"Mr. Worf\" Yuriev wrote:
> >On Wed, 1 Apr 1998 email@example.com wrote:
> >Happy fools day :)
> Well actually, this is not all a hoax. The method described in the message
> is known as Quantum Teleportation. It is being seriously researched and
> has been demonstrated in controlled experiments. The following links
> will take you to sites that describe the theory better than I ever could.
> I only study Quantum Physics for fun. :) It is a real effect, and while
> the story is based in reality, the announcement that Lucent has succesfully
> built a device that uses this method of communication is quite doubtful
> though. The following links are however, not hoaxes. We have nothing to
> fear, as this technology is still quite a ways from actual commercial use.
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