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Andreas Karch

Spooky Connection: Wormholes and the Quantum World : Discovery News

The only way to communicate with a buddy at the other end of the wormhole is “if you jump into your black hole, then the other person must jump into his black hole, and the interior world would be the same,” said physicist Andreas Karch, of the University of Washington. But using two ...

Quantum Entanglement May Link Wormholes In Universe, Physicists Say

Jensen and his colleague theoretical physicist Andreas Karch at the University of Washington in Seattle investigated how entangled pairs of particles behave in a supersymmetric theory, which suggests that all known subatomic particles have "superpartner" particles not yet observed. The ...

Wormholes and Quantum Entanglement May Be Linked

Kristan Jensen of the University of Victoria in Canada and Andreas Karch of the University of Washington, Seattle, start by imagining an entangled quark-antiquark pair residing in ordinary 3D space, as they described online on 20 November in Physical Review Letters. The two quarks rush ...

You can't get entangled without a wormhole: Physicist finds entanglement instantly gives rise to a w...

Julian Sonner, a senior postdoc in MIT's Laboratory for Nuclear Science and Center for Theoretical Physics, has published his results in the journal Physical Review Letters, where it appears together with a related paper by Kristan Jensen of the University of Victoria and Andreas Karch ...

What Is Quantum Entanglement? The 'Spooky Action' Of Quantum Mechanics Linked To Wormholes

Andreas Karch, from the University of Washington whose work also published in Physical Review Letters, says the findings indicate there are "two different mathematical machineries to go after the same physical process. " The researchers are excited by these findings as it could lead to a ...

Physicists Find a Link between Wormholes and Spooky Action at a Distance: Scientific American

) "What Maldacena and Susskind want to say is that literally whenever you have entanglement, you have wormholes," says Andreas Karch of the University of Washington, co-author of one of the two new papers. Maldacena and Susskind go so far as to equate the two in the relation ER = EPR...

Quantum entanglement could lead to a wormhole between two black holes

But Andreas Karch, a professor at University of Washington, said that even with this connection two people at each black hole would not be able to communicate or travel cross the wormhole. “The way you can communicate with each other is if you jump into your black hole, then the other ...

Could Wormholes Be The Secret Behind Quantum Entanglement

Researchers Andreas Karch from the University of Washington and Kristan Jensen of Stony Brook University in New York have now proposed a solution to the conundrum: worm holes. These theoretical predictions of general relativity are usually associated with black holes, whose rotation and ...

Secular Perspectives: Can we explain entanglement without supernaturalism?

Julian Sonner, MIT, Kristan Jensen of the University of Victoria, and Andreas Karch of the University of Washington decided to try determine what happens with pairs of entangled particles. To see what geometry may emerge in the fifth dimension from entangled quarks in the fourth, these ...

New wormhole research would even ‘spook’ Einstein

Unfortunately, one couldn’t actually journey, or communicate, through these wormholes, according to Andreas Karch, a University of Washington physics professor. Quantum entanglement occurs when a pair of particles interact in ways that require that each particle’s performance is relative ...

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