RDL Major Project 20
Instantaneous Speed Communications

RDL and/or Joint Venture Partners shall design, build and install communication facilities  based on superpositioned parts of Shirl, between locations on Earth  and ASAP, interstellarly, between planets, at instantaneous speeds (or very, very close to that) within the Milky Way). The first (but not only) application will be to provide and use Shirl's books, to help and inspire children to love reading and learning to read their native and/or foreign languages.

BTW: For example, with respect to superposition, "Until recently, physicists had only been able to demonstrate quantum entanglement through highly esoteric examples, such as entangling the spins of electrons in atoms. But the NIST group was able to entangle the mechanical motion of two sets of vibrating ions. “This experiment demonstrates entanglement in a system that everybody can relate to: Mechanical oscillators,” says John Jost, a graduate student at the University of Colorado at Boulder, who worked on the team of researchers. “Mechanical oscillators pervade our everyday life, from vibrating violin strings to the pendulum on a grandfather clock.

The NIST group, who published their findings in the June 4 issue of Nature, separated two pairs of ions in a container where the air had been removed. The pairs consisted of a beryllium and magnesium ion each. First they manipulated the four ions with laser beams to entangle an internal property in the two beryllium ions, then separated the pairs a quarter of a millimeter apart—which is a huge distance when it comes to atoms. As Jost explains, if the ions were the size of soccer balls (roughly 20 million times their size), you’d place one pair 88 meters apart at the penalty kick marks of a soccer field, and the other set of ions the same distance apart, but nearly 5 kilometers away. When the researchers changed the movement of one set of the ions, the other set immediately responded.”

RDL is not quite halfway there yet.