Volume 23: Pages 57-63, 2010
Spacelike transmission of classical information in hypothetical pseudorandom physics in idealized setups with a split photon pulse
Richard Woesler 1
1Florian-Geyer-Strasse 96, 12489 Berlin, Germany
Complexity theory suggests that it is conceivable that there exists a pseudorandom number generator within quantum processes. Assuming existence of an appropriate pseudorandom number generator within quantum processes, it was shown in a previous study that superluminal transmission of classical bits could emerge theoretically using Einstein–Podolsky–Rosen (EPR) pairs. Assumptions were made in that study. One assumption was that appropriate measurements conducted at neighboring particles of the mentioned parallel EPR pairs yield results which are computed from successive output bits of the hypothetical pseudorandom number generator. The question arises whether or not this assumption, which may be an implausible assumption, can be skipped. In the present article, a positive answer is given to this question. Various idealized setups are described which do not need any EPR pair but which use an appropriate split pulse of photons directly.
Keywords: Quantum Theory, Quantum Nonlocality, Special Relativity
Received: September 7, 2008; Accepted: December 12, 2009; Published Online: February 11, 2010