Aliens could be using 'quantum communication' to send messages across interstellar space
Quantum particles may be used by aliens to communicate with humanity via space.
The large interstellar distances that X-ray photons will cover were predicted by physicists.
They discovered that there wouldn't likely be any challenges for the photon message.
To decrypt them, though, would take a strong quantum computer.
According to physicists, E.T. can and should have excellent reception when calling home.
According to a recent study, it is feasible to use quantum communication to send communications into interstellar space.
To determine if there would be any obstacles in their path as they travelled through empty space, a team from the University of Edinburgh performed calculations on the migration of X-rays.
Quantum particles, such as light photons, are brittle and might readily disintegrate if they encounter any interference, such as from a gravitational field.
The quanta, however, were shown to be capable of travelling at least hundreds of thousands of light-years, a greater distance than the Milky Way galaxy.
Scientists from all over the world have been researching the use of quantum communication on Earth for the past few years.
Quantum physics, which describes how matter behaves at the atomic and subatomic levels, is used by quantum technology to increase communications.
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