Re: Quantium physics?
I did my Thesis on quantum entanglement. I designed and implemented a quantum interferometer using a coherent source (e.g., YAG laser).
Insertion of a non-linear optical crystal (PPKTP) produced photon pairs whose quantum states were entangled. A single-photon detector was used to complete the quantum interferometer. The experiment explored the Einstein-Podolski-Rosen paradox and evaluated the viability for use in quantum computers.
Essentially, you could split two entangled photons and send them to opposite ends of the universe. You could change the state (i.e, polarization) of one and--by definition--it would alter the state of the other across the universe. Based on this, it was postulated that faster than speed-of-light commucations could be achieved.
It's good stuff.