buzzlightbeer

2005-Aug-22, 04:25 PM

Consider that Alice and Bob are two observers at rest separated by a long distance

Each of them has a measuring device that detects, respectively, two different quantum systems. The state of the joint system is said to be maximally entangled if, for many copies of the state, any measurement that Alice makes is completely determined by Bob's and vice versa. What would happen to their entanglement if Alice fell into a black hole and Bob stayed safely outside?

click me! (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/08/050814164431.htm) to read about this neat thought experiment!

Each of them has a measuring device that detects, respectively, two different quantum systems. The state of the joint system is said to be maximally entangled if, for many copies of the state, any measurement that Alice makes is completely determined by Bob's and vice versa. What would happen to their entanglement if Alice fell into a black hole and Bob stayed safely outside?

click me! (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/08/050814164431.htm) to read about this neat thought experiment!