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Re: Faster-than-light Data Communication

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Posted by Gerald Love/">Gerald Love on August 28, 1998 14:12:54 UTC

: Perhaps this is the wrong forum for this question, but I hope it attracts some attention - I'm looking for the name of recent experiments and theory which suggest that data communication could be accomplished faster than the speed of light. This is based on some recent science articles I read regarding duplicate particles whose magnetic dipoles shift simultaneously in response to one another, regardless of distance (I don't remember the technical details). I had very little luck finding more details on the web except for a page on "speed of gravity", at http://www.ldolphin.org/gspeed.html, which may or may not relate. : Anyone know of references and titles for this subject?

I read something in detail on that, I will try to find out where (it was like a year ago). I remember I found it made a lot of assumptions.

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