Quantum entanglement is one of the delightfully bizarre phenomena that underpins quantum mechanics. The basic idea behind it is that two particles can be linked to each other—that is, affect each other's quantum states — over any distance, even if that distance is the diameter of the universe. What's more, the effect happens instantaneously, but without going faster than the speed of light. How? Just let us help you wrap your head around it.
Spooky Action at a Distance
Quantum Entanglement And Spooky Action at a Distance
Written by Ashley Hamer May 6, 2017
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