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A good probe just inside the Oort cloud could provide incredibly valuable data about comet orbits, near Earth encounters, whether there's a sort of Doppler effect on long-distance gravity (i forget the technical term for the concept)... rogue planets... All KINDS of crazy shit! Put high-quality cameras and we could find the fractal structures of galaxies... these are just the MOST obvious ideas! Why are we spending $46 billion dollars on the DEA to utterly fail when a fraction of that money could be exploring the deepest mysteries of the universe!
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Even that doesn't compare to finding and harvesting off world resources. Even if repeater satellites are needed, we could be remotely controlling drones on other planets, in real time. Titan has LAKES of liquid methane, the possibilities are endless


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Prisons are more profitable in so many ways in the short term, and more politically expedient too.
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Well, here we go.

New evidence to help settle this entanglement dispute regarding DISTANCE (which to me, isn't even a dispute. Entanglement will eventually be proven to reach opposite ends of the UNIVERSE)




Spooky action at a record-breaking distance
Entangled particles remain linked over 746 miles apart

http://www.popsci.com/entangled-part...src=SOC&dom=fb


And remember, this MEMs tech I am trying to envision/ extrapolate here in order to answer how covert BCIs MIGHT be created, use HOMODYNE DETECTION, which was the method used to PROVE "spooky action at a distance"


Now.. how to prevent COLLAPSE
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And lets not forget.

This has been their entire QuEST.


DARPA wants a quantum entanglement revolution
http://www.networkworld.com/article/...evolution.html
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Mar 28, 2008 12:56 PM
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for innovative research proposals in the intriguing area of quantum entanglement -- a developing component of quantum physics that looks at the behavior between atoms and photons that could ultimately play a key role in developing security, unbelievably fast networks and even teleportation.

DARPA’s program, called Quantum Entanglement Science and Technology (QuEST) has the lofty goal of developing revolutionary advances in the fundamental understanding of quantum information science


Now add that QuEST to their BCI history and this "quest"


PORTABLE BRAIN RECORDER PROPOSAL

https://www.sbir.gov/sbirsearch/detail/385634
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"Current EEG devices are also unappealing for the general population, with gel-based electrodes and cumbersome software programs, and unwieldy for military operational use, with many recording electrodes and wires. Industry has recognized the need for a portable, easy-to-use EEG and a number of companies have developed prototypes"
notice this bit, & click the link!
THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE

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The official link for this solicitation is: http://www.acq.osd.mil/osbp/sbir/solicitations/index.shtml (link is external)
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Wouldn't it need a transmitter and receiver i=of some sort or other.
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That's what I'm trying to show here.
That link only proves INTENT
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First there is the desired EEG setup used by BCIs

https://i2.wp.com/neurologiclabs.com...13/12/EEG2.gif

EEGs detect electrical activity... but instead of the cumbersome wires etc.
DARPA might now use Counterfactual entanglement.
https://www.osapublishing.org/oe/abs...i=oe-22-8-8970
(BTW. THE LINKS I SHARE ARE MERELY TO HELP ILLUSTRATE MY IDEAS)

IMO, They finally have the wireless EEG device sought after.

How?
Each electrode/ node of an EEG looks at a cortical ensemble of Neurons and dendrites giving off EPSPs and IPSPs, caused by Action potentials in the underlying Neurons of the ensemble, setting off the cascade of EPSPs in the corticle layers. All of it electrical activity.

That electrical activity can be "homodyned" into wavefunctions.

Each Neurons electromagnetic field is a photonic WAVEPACKET.
A spatiotemporal shape of "light"
An optical MODE.

http://www.2physics.com/2012/09/the-...tum-light.html
"Similar to water, a state of light does not possess a definite shape, but rather assumes that of the container that it occupies. In particular, any quantum state of light is a specific way of “filling” an empty container, the mode, which describes the spatiotemporal shape of the electromagnetic field"

"Most applications of the quantum properties of light to novel technologies critically depend on the precise knowledge of the mode shape. If not perfectly under control, the processing, detection, and use of quantum light states become very inefficient or plainly impossible.

For example, future quantum networks require that light interacts with atomic species to perform quantum processing and implement memory units. These tasks require a very specific and precise preparation **** of the photonic wavepacket, i.e. of its spatiotemporal mode"


Remember : Wavepacket/ Wavefunctions
AND *** PREPARATION (note to self: Ancilla bits)

"In classical computation any memory bit can be turned on or off at will, requiring no prior knowledge or extra gadgetry. This is not the case in quantum (or classical reversible) computation, however, as operations in these models are reversible, while turning a bit on (or off) would lose the information about the initial value of that bit. For this reason, in a quantum computation there is no way to deterministically put bits in a specific prescribed state unless one is given access to bits whose original state is known in advance. Such bits which are known in advance to be in the state are called ancilla bits."



Then we have the BioMems scanners I am envisioning..
Which utilize homodyne detection and can measure wavefunctions, via compressive sensing and weak measurement..
Aka continuous homodyne detection
Compressive sensing = Squeezing...
Measuring two conjugate variables.. as I brought up a few posts ago.
Squeezing, or DARPAs "squeezed light on chip" is closely related to compressive sensing, which was used to 'capture sight of the elusive wavefunction"

http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.../9/095022/meta

So the Biomems detector acts as the transmitter..

The network of repeaters as the receivers..

NV centers act as qubits, which can be written to as wavefunctions,

So once probed, the VICTIM becomes the transmitter

The NV centers throughout the network, the receivers


And the information is relayed via phase throughout the network..





Now with this distance information, it could mean there are satellites in orbit already that act as repeaters..
The quantum network is most likely global..* cause even China is trying to establish one..

https://www.theverge.com/2017/6/15/1...glement-micius

But DARPA, was first.

http://losttv-forum.com/forum/showpo...&postcount=171

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ETA.

GOD DAMN!
I cannot believe how this is coming together..
Just to jot this down before I forget the "path"
Nanodiamonds and thus NV centers are part of what is called NV MAGNETOMETRY..
thats why Mems are being used to measure the quantum states/PHASE of Electromagnetic fields.. even of single Neurons.. hence my interest

now... they need to be delicately prepared.. because MEMs provide a reference frequency and a ground state.. then excitation and cooling into the cavity created by the ground state...

so they expose particles to be probed with a known wavefunction, a known state..\\

ENTER ANCILLA BITS...

but remember, the entire feat recently was sending an image without sending any PARTICLES.. the information was transmitted in the phase of a wavefunction.

no collapse to a particle = sustained entanglement
constructive interference

and that was done via the ZENO EFFECT..
and..
Mach-Zehnder interferometry
As discussed in this link
https://www.nature.com/articles/srep08416



so here Mach-Z is with a MEMs device
https://link.springer.com/article/10...082-010-9363-5


Quote:
We propose a novel Mach-Zehnder interferometric optical switching device with micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) phase shifters.
now.. here is an example of the very sensors I am RIPPING THE SHIT APART in here

NV (nanodiamond) magnetometry

Quote:
https://arxiv.org/pdf/1403.4506.pdf

Optimizing phase estimation algorithms for diamond spin
magnetometry
and within that document

Quote:
The standard model for phase measurements in quantum metrology is depicted in Fig. 1.
The equivalence of Mach-Zehnder interferometry (MZI) depicted in Fig. 1(a), the quantum
network model (QNM) in Fig. 1(b) and Ramsey interferometry (RI) Fig. 1(c) for phase
estimation allows us to treat all three problems in a unified framework.
so, are Ancillas actually used in the MEMs, NV center based, magnetometry devices I have assumed ?
Quote:

Quantum metrology from a quantum information science perspective ...

iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1751-8113/47/42/424006
by G Tóth - ‎2014 - ‎Cited by 109 - ‎Related articles
Figure 2. (a) Magnetometry with an ensemble of spins, all pointing into the z direction. ...... can be obtained from each other using a unitary acting on the ancilla.


which brings me to a new term, also in the document above too.

QUANTUM METROLOGY
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_metrology

Quote:
Quantum metrology is the study of making high-resolution and highly sensitive measurements of physical parameters using quantum theory to describe the physical systems, particularly exploiting quantum entanglement and quantum squeezing.

This field promises to develop measurement techniques that give better precision than the same measurement performed in a classical framework.


One example of note is the use of the NOON state in a Mach-Zender interferometer to perform accurate phase measurements. A similar effect can be produced using less exotic states such as squeezed states.
TADA !!!
It's got EVERYTHING !
All of what I have researched !

THIS is how the BioMems devices work !
This is a HUGE find!
It answers how these devices can measure wavefunctions YET PREVENT DECOHERENCE!

AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST
COMPRESSIVE SENSING WITH MACH-ZENDER INTERFEROMETRY

http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10...8/18/11/114004



And even IMAGE RECONSTRUCTION VIA COMPRESSIVE SENSING AND PHASE RETRIEVAL


____Compressed Sensing Phase Retrieval - UC Davis Mathematics
https://www.math.ucdavis.edu › papers
by A Fannjiang - ‎Cited by 5 - ‎Related articles
Compressed Sensing Phase Retrieval. Albert Fannjiang∗, Wenjing Liao. Department of Mathematics. UC Davis, CA ...


RECONSTRUCTING THE QUANTUM PHASE BY PHOTON COUNTING...

(TO BE INSERTED)

THIS LINK REALLY NAILS THE IDEAS PRESENTED HERE:


Complete experimental characterization of the quantum state of a light mode via the Wigner function and the density matrix: application to quantum phase distributions of vacuum and squeezed-vacuum states

http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10...9/1993/T48/005

"We have used the recently demonstrated method of optical homodyne tomography (OHT) to measure the Wigner quasiprobability distribution (Wigner function) and the density matrix for both a squeezed-vacuum and a vacuum state of a single spatial-temporal mode of the electromagnetic field. This method consists of measuring a set of probability distributions for many different Hilbert-space representations of the field-quadrature amplitude, using balanced homodyne detection, and then using tomography to obtain the Wigner function. Once the Wigner function is obtained, one can acquire the density matrix, including its complex phase. In the case of a pure state, this technique yields an experimentally determined complex wavefunction"

______________________________________
You can stop reading now. This is for me.

going back to this post ...
http://www.losttv-forum.com/forum/showpost.php?p=3736641&postcount=184
Keep in mind, Ancilla Bits.


First. I already know this, ancilla bits ARE being used with Mach-Zender Intereferometry.. and Quantum Metrology..

Quote:
Quantum Delayed-Choice Experiment REPORTS - Science
science.sciencemag.org › sci › 634.full.pdf
Nov 2, 2012 - choice of closing the interferometer or not—is not necessary ... A photon is sent into a Mach-Zehnder .... serted the ancilla photon in a superposition, hence ..... Quantum InterfacES, SENsors, the Communication based on.

So perhaps MACH-Z, and ancilla bits are a type of ERROR CORRECTION..
http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7055242/?reload=true&arnumber=7055242
Hence the delayed choice erasure


ALL THIS, just to violate human rights and covertly commit MURDER
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http://www.news1130.com/2017/06/20/n...cyber-offence/


Canada is going all-in when it comes to cyberwarfare.

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Weeks after giving the military permission to start developing cyberweapons and other offensive capabilities, the Trudeau government wants to issue a similar directive to Canada’s electronic spy agency.

New national security legislation unveiled by the Liberals on Tuesday would, among other things, let the Communications Security Establishment launch cyberattacks against foreign targets.

Those would include potential threats ranging from hackers and terrorists to countries and governments.

The 70-year-old agency’s existing mandate includes protecting computer systems that are deemed critical by the federal government, and only allows for the collection of information from foreign targets.
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a VERY long article on the growing use of QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY.
This is a great precursor to my Hypothesis.

MEMs Quantum Sensors, as I have proven, are now being used to probe the neuronal activity of living Neurons.
MRI machines on steroids, exploiting things like interference, phase, superposition, quantum spins and entanglement.

Imagine that. A MRI device that not only can IMAGE living cells on a quantum state/ wavefunction level, but an MRI machine that can COUPLE TO that living cell via its wavefunction.

THIS is where these devices will be headed and how they are already being exploited by the most technologically advanced corporations, researchers and GOVERNMENT AND MILITARY.

Quote:
Public money is flowing in, too. National and supranational funding bodies are backing increasingly ambitious quantum-technology efforts. Britain has a programme worth £270m ($337m) and the European Union has set aside €1bn ($1.08bn) for a pan-European programme. Many quantum technologies have security implications, so defence departments are also providing funding
I will cut and paste applicable paragraphs to illustrate my point.

http://www.economist.com/news/essays/21717782-quantum-technology-beginning-come-its-own


Quote:
PATRICK GILL, a director of the new Quantum Metrology Institute at Britain’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) in south-west London and an expert in atomic clocks, points to a large table full of lenses and mirrors, vacuum chambers and electronics. “And there’s a smaller one over there,” he says.


NPL is part of a consortium of the planet’s official timekeepers. In all its atomic-clock laboratories, each of the flagship devices—some of which are huge—is flanked by a smaller one under construction. Miniaturisation is the name of the game. Here is one that fits into a standard electronics rack, 19 inches wide. Over there is a fist-sized gizmo designed to hold an atomic clock’s precious innards safe within a satellite.


The caesium atomic clock, developed at NPL, was arguably the world’s first quantum technology, though it was not labelled as such. The most common approach, first used in 1950, works by putting energy into atoms to create a “superposition” in which they are, in a measurable way, in more than one energy state at the same time—both excited and relaxed. Probing this strange condition reveals the “clock frequency” of those atoms—a constant for clocks on every continent, and the basis for a precise, internationally agreed definition of the second.


After decades of work in the laboratory, a raft of different devices and approaches relying on quantum-mechanical effects are now nearing market-readiness. It has taken so long mainly because the components that make them up had to be developed first: ever-better lasers, semiconductors, control electronics and techniques to achieve the low temperatures at which many quantum systems perform best.


Britain did not exploit the atomic clock’s discovery in the market. Instead, a year after the device was invented, it was commercialised by the National Company, an American firm. Given the potential of these new quantum technologies, this time commercialisation is on many minds. The NPL’s ever-smaller clocks are just one step towards marketable products that could vastly outdo GPS (which itself is an application of atomic timekeeping) in navigation, or help spot what lies underground. The era of quantum technology is almost here
ps, MEMs are the newest time keepers.

http://www.electronicdesign.com/comm...al-oscillators


Now remember my posts above.
QUANTUM METROLOGY.. is VERY linked to Counterfactual Communication and the QZE.
Which was recently used to transmit an image without sending any particles.
The information was sent in the Phase of the Wavefunction.

and NV MAGNETOMETRY, via nanodiamonds on Microelectromechanical devices/ detectors, is how those wave packets can be probed on a quantum spin level, producing a wavefunction.

and it HAS been used on living Neurons...
For Instance RON WALSWORTH.. is using Magnetometry on the magnetic fields of in vivo Neurons.


so now enter this new, extremely connected Quantum Metrology, to my MEMs Gnosis.. and my quest to comprehend HOW this entanglement might sustain, keeping in mind the Counterfactual Communication information.
The information is transmitted in the phase of the wavefunction.
as a Wigner Function, a description of phase. A function of that field in phase space
allowing teleportation through phase information.
laymeny put. i gotta fact check that ltr

for now,

Quantum metrology and its application in biology
https://arxiv.org/pdf/1409.0950.pdf
Quote:
Quantum metrology provides a route to overcome practical limits in sensing devices. It holds particular relevance to biology, where sensitivity and resolution constraints restrict applications both in fundamental biophysics and in medicine. Here, we review quantum metrology from this biological context, focussing on optical techniques due to their particular relevance for biological imaging, sensing, and stimulation. Our understanding of quantum mechanics has already enabled important applications in biology, including positron emission tomography (PET) with entangled photons, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) using nuclear magnetic resonance, and bio-magnetic imaging with superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs).

In quantum metrology an even greater range of applications arise from the ability to not just
understand, but to engineer, coherence and correlations at the quantum level. In the past few years, quite dramatic progress has been seen in applying these ideas into biological systems. Capabilities that have been demonstrated include enhanced sensitivity and resolution, immunity to imaging artifacts and technical noise, and characterisation of the biological response to light at the single-photon level.

New quantum
measurement techniques offer even greater promise, raising the prospect for improved multi-photon microscopy and magnetic imaging, among many other possible applications. Realization of this potential will require cross-disciplinary input from researchers in both biology and quantum physics. In this review we seek to communicate the developments of quantum metrology in a way that is accessible to biologists and biophysicists, while providing sufficient detail to allow the interested reader to obtain a solid understanding of the field.

We further seek to introduce quantum physicists to some of the central challenges of optical
measurements in biological science. We hope that this will aid in bridging the communication gap that exists between the fields, and thereby guide the future development of this multidisciplinary research area.


Fundamentally, all measurement processes are governed by the laws of quantum mechanics. The most direct influence of quantum mechanics is to impose constraints on the precision with which measurements may be performed.
However, it also allows for new measurement approaches with improved performance

based on phenomena that are forbidden in a purely classical world.
The field of
quantum metrology investigates the influence of quantum mechanics on measurement systems and develops new measurement technologies that can harness non-classical effects to their advantage.
This is a simple way of bringing up the wavefunction in the metrology method.
When a wave is measured, it becomes classical, a particle.
This new measurement process allows the wavepacket/ electromagnetic field to be measured, staying a wavefunction/ non-classical

Hence

Quote:
Quantum optical technologies for metrology, sensing and ... - arXiv.org

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1412.7578
by JP Dowling - ‎2014 - ‎Cited by 18 - ‎Related articles
A schematic of the conventional Mach-Zehnder interferometry based on coherent light input .... of quasi-probability distributions in the phase space of eigen- values x and p of the ... as the Wigner distribution function, the propagation through
Because..
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wigner...y_distribution

Quote:
The goal was to link the wavefunction that appears in Schrödinger's equation to a probability distribution in phase space.
Goes right back to the entire premise of Counterfactual Communication.

the information is in the phase, and the entanglement/ channel stays open because the measured system remains non-classical.
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