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Technique Could Allow Astronomers to Message Through the Void of Space:

from digitaltrends.com on February 5, 2019
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New Technique Could Allow Astronomers to Send Messages Through the Void of Space:

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Technique Could Allow Astronomers to Message Through the Voi  
by WA7SGS on February 6, 2019 Mail this to a friend!
Subspace radio, coming to a planet near you!
 
Technique Could Allow Astronomers to Message Through the Voi  
by KJ7WT on February 6, 2019 Mail this to a friend!
I'm not sure I fully understand the technique described, but there are some questions that I'd have:
1. Does it "propagate" subject to the inverse-square law? If so, how would it have an advantage over existing carrier-based systems? If not, does this mean that the "signal" has the same "amplitude" anywhere in the universe? If so, that would be incredibly cool.
2. As far as I understand, information can't travel faster than the speed of light, even considering entangled particles. Does this technique somehow overcome this limitation? If so, then "subspace radio" looks very promising. If not...
 
RE: Technique Could Allow Astronomers to Message Through the  
by AB3MO on February 11, 2019 Mail this to a friend!
A quick read suggests to me that an analogy would be that of a confined hydraulic column. A push on "one end" creates a corresponding movement on "the other end" without a corresponding transport of mass OR PROPAGATION of an "electromagnetic wave (energy)" from the starting location to the "receiving location." It's a displacement process!
 
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