In 1999, scientists working with the NSA discovered a new way to remotely access a single atom –through something called Quantum Entanglement – in a unique way that hadn’t been done before.
It was the first time a single atom could remotely be moved through a facility, home, or building – much like a remote control car or a drone.
Quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon which occurs when pairs or groups of particles are generated or interact in ways such that the quantum state of each particle cannot be described independently—instead, a quantum state may be given for the system as a whole. Scientists have learned that it’s possible to split these particles and they still act predictably dependently.
All matter is sensitive to sound through vibrations, and similarly all matter is also sensitive to light through properties similar to what causes photosynthesis to occur.
This is true even at the atomic level.
And with this quantum entanglement allows the entangled atom to both send and receive information from its paired particle, up to and including its state information.
When one ‘spins’ the other one does in precisely the same way. Vibrations, movement of the particle, and photonic influences on the particle all cause highly predictable influences on the particle, of which can be interpreted and translated, real time, to capture ultra-high resolution 3d imagery of an area as well as capture 384kbps sound 3 dimensionally around the location of the particle and then transfer that information to the entangled particle on a real time basis.
And the particle can be moved in 3d space as effortlessly as you changing the channel on your television with your remote control.
This provides the remote observer with a full three dimensional view – including sight and sound of the observed area.
It might be added: This is completely undetectable.
Currently, ‘entangled’ particles being remotely controlled are highly influenced by climate variations such as the wind, so despite the 18 mile range of the entangled particle, an enclosed facility with climate control is highly important for optimal use.
Atomic Cameras have been in active use by the NSA since 2001, and ALL recordings gathered with these cameras are retained and will be indefinitely.