Hey I'm curious if it would be possible to measure if a particle's spin is in a superstate similar to how the double slit experiment can show whether or not an electron's location is in a superstate. Wouldn't such a machine allow for FTL communications, since if we measure one of two entangled particles spin state, we force the other particle's superstate to collapse.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Indirectly measure if particle spin is in superstate or not?

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