‘Quantum Magic’ Without Any ‘Spooky Action at a Distance’ – June 2011
Excerpt: A team of researchers led by Anton Zeilinger at the University of Vienna and the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information of the Austrian Academy of Sciences used a system which does not allow for entanglement, and still found results which cannot be interpreted classically.
sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/06/110624111942.htm

Entire video:

Prof Anton Zeilinger speaks on quantum physics. at UCT
youtube.com/watch?v=s3ZPWW5NOrw

Why the Quantum? It from Bit? A Participatory Universe?
Excerpt: In conclusion, it may very well be said that information is the irreducible kernel from which everything else flows. Thence the question why nature appears quantized is simply a consequence of the fact that information itself is quantized by necessity. It might even be fair to observe that the concept that information is fundamental is very old knowledge of humanity, witness for example the beginning of gospel according to John: "In the beginning was the Word."
Anton Zeilinger - a world leading expert in quantum teleportation:
metanexus.net/Magazine/ArticleDetail/tabid/68/id/8638/Default.aspx

"It from bit symbolizes the idea that every item of the physical world has at bottom - at a very deep bottom, in most instances - an immaterial source and explanation; that which we call reality arises in the last analysis from the posing of yes-no questions and the registering of equipment-evoked responses; in short, that things physical are information-theoretic in origin."
John Archibald Wheeler

Zeilinger's principle
The principle that any elementary system carries just one bit of information. This principle was put forward by the Austrian physicist Anton Zeilinger in 1999 and subsequently developed by him to derive several aspects of quantum mechanics.
science.jrank.org/pages/20784/Zeilinger%27s-principle.html#ixzz17a7f88PM

In the beginning was the bit - New Scientist
Excerpt: Zeilinger's principle leads to the intrinsic randomness found in the quantum world. Consider the spin of an electron. Say it is measured along a vertical axis (call it the z axis) and found to be pointing up. Because one bit of information has been used to make that statement, no more information can be carried by the electron's spin. Consequently, no information is available to predict the amounts of spin in the two horizontal directions (x and y axes), so they are of necessity entirely random. If you then measure the spin in one of these directions, there is an equal chance of its pointing right or left, forward or back. This fundamental randomness is what we call Heisenberg's uncertainty principle.
quantum.at/fileadmin/links/newscientist/bit.html

Quantum Entanglement and Teleportation - Anton Zeilinger - video
metacafe.com/watch/5705317/

How Teleportation Will Work -
Excerpt: In 1993, the idea of teleportation moved out of the realm of science fiction and into the world of theoretical possibility. It was then that physicist Charles Bennett and a team of researchers at IBM confirmed that quantum teleportation was possible, but only if the original object being teleported was destroyed. --- As predicted, the original photon no longer existed once the replica was made.
science.howstuffworks.com/teleportation1.htm

Quantum Teleportation - IBM Research Page
Excerpt: "it would destroy the original (photon) in the process,,"
research.ibm.com/quantuminfo/teleportation/

Researchers Succeed in Quantum Teleportation of Light Waves - April 2011
Excerpt: In this experiment, researchers in Australia and Japan were able to transfer quantum information from one place to another without having to physically move it. It was destroyed in one place and instantly resurrected in another, “alive” again and unchanged. This is a major advance, as previous teleportation experiments were either very slow or caused some information to be lost.
popsci.com/technology/article/2011-04/quantum-teleportation-breakthrough-could-lead-instantanous-computing

Unconditional Quantum Teleportation - abstract
Excerpt: This is the first realization of unconditional quantum teleportation where every state entering the device is actually teleported,,
sciencemag.org/cgi/content/abstract/282/5389/706

Ions have been teleported successfully for the first time by two independent research groups
Excerpt: In fact, copying isn't quite the right word for it. In order to reproduce the quantum state of one atom in a second atom, the original has to be destroyed. This is unavoidable - it is enforced by the laws of quantum mechanics, which stipulate that you can't 'clone' a quantum state. In principle, however, the 'copy' can be indistinguishable from the original (that was destroyed),,,
rsc.org/chemistryworld/Issues/2004/October/beammeup.asp

Atom takes a quantum leap - 2009
Excerpt: Ytterbium ions have been 'teleported' over a distance of a metre.,,,
"What you're moving is information, not the actual atoms," says Chris Monroe, from the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland in College Park and an author of the paper. But as two particles of the same type differ only in their quantum states, the transfer of quantum information is equivalent to moving the first particle to the location of the second.
freerepublic.com/focus/news/2171769/posts

It should be noted that the popular science fiction conception of the universe being 'merely' a computer simulation (as in 'Matrix' movies), a conception drawn from the fact that 'material' reality is now shown to be reducible to information, is far too simplistic in its conception:

Quantum Computing Promises New Insights, Not Just Supermachines - Scott Aaronson - December 2011
Excerpt: And yet, even though useful quantum computers might still be decades away, many of their payoffs are already arriving. For example, the mere possibility of quantum computers has all but overthrown a conception of the universe that scientists like Stephen Wolfram have championed. That conception holds that, as in the “Matrix” movies, the universe itself is basically a giant computer, twiddling an array of 1’s and 0’s in essentially the same way any desktop PC does.
Quantum computing has challenged that vision by showing that if “the universe is a computer,” then even at a hard-nosed theoretical level, it’s a vastly more powerful kind of computer than any yet constructed by humankind. Indeed, the only ways to evade that conclusion seem even crazier than quantum computing itself: One would have to overturn quantum mechanics, or else find a fast way to simulate quantum mechanics using today’s computers.
nytimes.com/2011/12/06/science/scott-aaronson-quantum-computing-promises-new-insights.html?pagewanted=2&_r=1&ref=science

Here are some more interesting videos that also arrive at a 'information basis' for reality from a slightly different perspective:

A Very Unusual Proof for the Existence of God - video - (Collapse of wave function)
youtube.com/watch?v=Kj8UdHuP5l8

You Are Made Of Information - video - (Don't believe me? Any ontology other than information monism leads to self-contradiction)
youtube.com/watch?v=-ciWYGvpGII

Information – Elusive but Tangible – video
youtube.com/watch?v=WytNkw1xOIc

Information? What Is It Really? Professor Andy McIntosh - video
metacafe.com/w/4739025

Further notes:
uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/interesting-pbs-series-on-quantum-entanglement/comment-page-1/#comment-410275

Also of note is exactly how well established, and solid, quantum theory is as to being ‘correct’:

An experimental test of all theories with predictive power beyond quantum theory – May 2011
Excerpt: Hence, we can immediately refute any already considered or yet-to-be-proposed alternative model with more predictive power than this (quantum theory).
arxiv.org/abs/1105.0133

Quantum Mechanics came out on top of general relativity for explaining the Centrality we witness for ourselves in the universe:

Centrality of Each Individual Observer In The Universe and Christ’s Plausible Reconciliation Of General Relativity and Quantum Mechanics
docs.google.com/document/d/17SDgYPHPcrl1XX39EXhaQzk7M0zmANKdYIetpZ-WB5Y/edit?hl=en_US

Quantum Mechanics falsified neo-Darwinism:

Falsification Of Neo-Darwinism by Quantum Entanglement/Information
docs.google.com/document/d/1p8AQgqFqiRQwyaF8t1_CKTPQ9duN8FHU9-pV4oBDOVs/edit?hl=en_US

Quantum Mechanics provides a coherent ‘mechanism’ for the ‘soul’:

Does Quantum Biology Support A Quantum Soul? – Stuart Hameroff – video (notes in description)
vimeo.com/29895068

Quantum Mechanics provides a solution for the phenotype vs. genotype dilemma, exactly where neo-Darwinism spectacularly fails;

A few comments on ‘non-local’ epigenetic information implicated in 3-D spatial organization of Body Plans:
docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1iNy78O6ZpU8wpFIgkILi85TvhC9mSqzUSE_jzbksoHY

But perhaps the most important thing for us to consider is that Quantum Mechanics is thoroughly Theistic in its implications:

Alain Aspect and Anton Zeilinger by Richard Conn Henry – Physics Professor – John Hopkins University
Excerpt: Why do people cling with such ferocity to belief in a mind-independent reality? It is surely because if there is no such reality, then ultimately (as far as we can know) mind alone exists. And if mind is not a product of real matter, but rather is the creator of the “illusion” of material reality (which has, in fact, despite the materialists, been known to be the case, since the discovery of quantum mechanics in 1925), then a theistic view of our existence becomes the only rational alternative to solipsism (solipsism is the philosophical idea that only one’s own mind is sure to exist). (Dr. Henry’s referenced experiment and paper – “An experimental test of non-local realism” by S. Gröblacher et. al., Nature 446, 871, April 2007 – “To be or not to be local” by Alain Aspect, Nature 446, 866, April 2007

“Descartes said ‘I think, therefore I am.’ My bet is that God replied, ‘I am, therefore think.’”
Art Battson – Access Research Group

Intelligent Design - The Anthropic Hypothesis
lettherebelight-77.blogspot.com/2009/10/intelligent-design-anthropic-hypothesis_19.html

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