Re: FTL transmission?

Date: Fri Jun 02 2000 - 10:12:35 MDT

In a message dated 6/2/00 8:59:23 AM Pacific Daylight Time, writes:

<< Einstein did not say nothing could move faster than light, he said matter
or energy or information
 can not. Recently it has been shown experimentally that Bell's Inequality is
violated so there
 can be little doubt that things CAN influence each other over vast distances
much faster than
 light, probably instantly. However influencing something is not the same as
 with it. I don't think anything demonstrates the spooky nature of Quantum
Mechanics better than
 Bell's Inequality.
            John K Clark >>
If someday, it can be demonstrated that there are extra physical dimensions,
outside of what we can detect of spacetime; then relativity theories (both of
them) lend support to transluminal travel.

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