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The author of the book: John G. Cramer
ISBN: 0380788314
ISBN 13: 9780380788316
Language: English
Edition: Eos
Date of issue: May 1st 1998
Format files: PDF
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In a newborn twenty-first century, tunnels through space-time have connected our planet with hitherto unimagined alternate universes. The genius minds working at the Superconducting Super Collider (SSC) project - a fifty-three-mile-long underground particle accelerator - George Griffin and Roger Coulton have realized their greatest dream, and novelist Alice Lancaster is there to witness their triumph. Reaching out into the vast cosmos, Griffin and Coulton have finally made contact. But with whom? Or rather...with what? For their message has been received by an ancient, hostile entity that combs the many universes searching for knowledge and life to absorb and annihilate. And now the entity has locked onto a faint, persisting signal emanating from a distant, uncommonly fertile feeding ground...called Earth.


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Ebook Einstein's Bridge read Online! John G. Cramer (born October 24, 1934) is a professor of physics at the University of Washington in Seattle, the United States. When not teaching, he works with the STAR (Solenoidal Tracker At RHIC) detector at the new Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) at Brookhaven National Laboratory, and the particle accelerator at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. He is currently engaged in experiments at the University of Washington to test retrocausality by using a version of the delayed choice quantum eraser without coincidence counting. This experiment, if successful, would imply that entanglement can be used to send a signal instantaneously between two distant locations (or a message backwards in time from the apparatus to itself). Such "spooky communication" experiments have never been successfully conducted, and only attempted a limited number of times, since most physicists believe that they would violate the no-communication theorem. However, a small number of scientists (Cramer among them) believe that there is no physical law prohibiting such communication.

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