Human Entanglement

This was interesting …

Not so, reckons Gisin. It has long been known that the eye is sensitive enough to detect a mere handful of photons. He and a couple of pals, Nicolas Brunner and Cyril Branciard, have calculated that, were the eye a lifeless detector, it could be used to carry out the kind of Bell experiments described above.

“Thus entanglement could in principle be seen,” conclude the group.

That’s a loaded statement if ever there was one. It implies that two humans could become entangled, if only for a brief moment.