Sunday, May 6, 2012

Physicists Go Totally Random - Science News

Physicists Go Totally Random - Science News: In the new work, the scientists have calculated what might happen to a stream of partially random information, in which some of the bits are correlated with other variables, thus making the bits not random. By using these bits to choose measurements on pairs of entangled particles sent down two separate paths, a final outcome can be produced that is independent of any other variables, Colbeck and Renner showed. In other words, perfectly random bits are produced.

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