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If I have two "entangled" particles and I know the spin state of every one of them. Then, I change the spin state of one of the particles, will it affect the spin state of the other particle even if it is far away? Also, it turns out that entanglement is actually real and can be used for many things, is this just the result of a false interpretation and understanding of Quantum Mechanics by those who claim it or it can be really done? And if it is real, will it just change our interpretation of GR?