An Experimental Demonstration of the Hypothesis That the Dirac Sea has no Speed Limit

Fig. 1. Classical and quantum holography. (A) In classical holography, the spatially dependent interference pattern of two coherent beams, the reference beam and the object beam, after interaction with the object, are recorded and used to construct the hologram of the object. (B) In our quantum holography scheme, we make use of two-photon states that can be generated by SPDC in one of two sources. The spatial shape of the object, which is transferred to the spatial shape of the light reflected/transmitted from the object, is contained in the probability amplitudes corresponding to the paired photons being generated in either of two SPDC sources.

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John Karpinsky

John Karpinsky

I am a retired industrial physicist interested in the fundamental physics of the universe.