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I read that the quantum tunnelling was used recently to "transmit" Mozart across a laboratory. The tunnelling gave an effective speed of 4.5 times the speed of light. Quantum tunnelling isn't susposed to conflict with special relativity, where nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, as no information can be transferred by the process. But Mozart is information! Can quantum tunnelling be used to transfer information faster than the speed of light?
Re: Does quantum tunnelling transfer info faster than the speed of light
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