Quantum Entanglement in the Multiverse
AbstractIn this report, we consider cosmological implications of quantum entanglement between two causally disconnected universes in the multiverse. Supposing that our universe was initially entangled with a causally separated universe, we compute the spectrum of vacuum fluctuations of our universe. To clearly see the effect of entanglement, we compare it with the spectrum of an initially non-entangled state. It is found that, due to quantum interference, scale-dependent modulations may enter the spectrum for the case of an initially non-entangled state. We discuss that the existence of causally disconnected universes may be experimentally tested by analyzing correlators in detail. View Full-Text
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Kanno, S. Quantum Entanglement in the Multiverse. Universe 2017, 3, 28.
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Kanno, Sugumi. 2017. "Quantum Entanglement in the Multiverse." Universe 3, no. 2: 28.
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