Physicists Spooked By Faster Than Light Data Transfer

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Nothing can travel faster than light, right? Physicists appear to have accomplished it though by entangling two photons at a quantum level, then sending them down two separate fiber cables 18 miles away and found they were sharing state information 100,000 times faster than the speed of light.

Nature has the details.

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