On two recent proposals for witnessing nonclassical gravity
Two very similar proposals have been made recently for witnessing nonclassical features of gravity, by Bose et al and by Marletto and Vedral. However, while these proposals are asserted to be very general, they are in fact based on a very strong claim: that quantum systems cannot become entangled via a classical intermediary. We point out that the support provided for this claim is only applicable to a very limited class of quantum-classical interaction models, corresponding to Koopman-type...[Show more]
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