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Entangled is good?

By tapping into Albert Einstein’s idea of “spooky action at a distance,” researchers at the University of Copenhagen’s Niels Bohr Institute have discovered what might be the key to completely secure data transfer — keeping particles “entangled” for up to an hour…

Until now, the link between two entangled systems could only be maintained for a fraction of a second. This development could enable a direct link between two systems of communication — you do something to one and the other will “know.” Although limited to the lab right now, scientists are working on practical applications for networking and the internets. Hey, SSH maybe it’s time you started watching your back.

Science Daily

sourceNiels Bohr Institute