My goal is to think of a creative way to clone quantum data, specifically, forensically examine a quantum hard drive or memory of the future.
No, I don't think I can violate the No Cloning Theorem or bypass the Measurement issue. But I was wondering if a creative addition, such as using quantum teleportation or something like that could be used?
For example, what if with every qubit of data (X) on a quantum hard drive, we also required a separate, "assigned" Bell pair (A=B). So every time we create X we also entangle it with A (A=X=B). Could B, outside the hard drive be used to read X? Or am I begging the question...because it would be impossible to entangle X without changing X from it's original state or something like that? Could some mechanism like redundant probability "reads" be used...like something borrowed from quantum error correction ideas?