> > Therefore, a random pattern of observations would mean the
> > other end isn't being observed, and a non-random pattern means the other
> > end is under constant observation (i.e. its state is being maintained).
> This is a gorgeous scheme, but doesn't a single observation - on either
> end - destroy the entanglement?
Using very frequent measurements (Quantum Zeno Effect)
the correlation could be maintained.
Lucien Hardy http://www.qubit.org/people/lucien_hardy/
wrote (also) these papers. I don't know if he is
suggesting something like that.
Quantum communication using a nonlocal Zeno effect
Hardy L., van Dam W.
PHYS REV A 59: (4) 2635-2640 APR 1999
Spooky action at a distance in quantum mechanics
CONTEMP PHYS 39: (6) 419-429 NOV-DEC 1998
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