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Scientists Create Quantum Camera For Capturing Ghosts

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 19:24
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Scientists create quantum camera capable of capturing ghosts

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Scientists have unveiled a new type of quantum camera that they say is capable of capturing ghosts on film.

Due to a process Einstein dubbed “spooky” – scientists are now able to snap ghosts on film thanks to the development of these new cameras.

Collective-evolution.comreports:

A normal digital camera is capable of capturing objects that aren’t immediately visible to its lens. But the ghost imaging technique, which shoots an image of an object from light without light ever bouncing off the object, is the result of quantum entanglement.

Quantum entanglement refers to the quantum states of two or more objects having an instantaneous link regardless of how far separated they are.

“For example, it is possible to prepare two particles in a single quantum state such that when one is observed to be spin-up, the other one will always be observed to be spin-down and vice versa, this despite the fact that it is impossible to predict, according to quantum mechanics, which set of measurements will be observed,” notes Science Daily.

In other words, measurements executed on the same system seem to be directly influencing other systems entangled with it. The problem is, no one seems to know exactly how it works.

Quantum cameras snap ghost images by using two separate laser beams with their photons entangled. Just one beam witnesses the object pictured, yet the image can still be created no matter which beam hits the camera.

“What they’ve done is a very clever trick. In some ways it is magical,” noted quantum optics expert Paul Lett of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Maryland. “There is not new physics here, though, but a neat demonstration of physics.”

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