I am a newbie here, just an enthusiast with an above average understanding of math and physics, but exposed to QM after I left college.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have looked through the posts and did not see a concise summary to the following. Please forgive me if I overlooked some threads.

There are some assertions I have which I want to verify are generally accepted to be true.

A. Measuring entangled particle A only impacts particle B by causing both to decohere where measured and both to go into superposition on a noncommuting measurement.

B. The no communication theorem states that measuring one entangled particle cannot provide measurable information to the other entangled particle.

C. There is no way to measure whether a particle is in superposition for a particular measurement.

Do I understand all of this correctly?

Many thanks,

Marty

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