I know it's a newbie question but I was wondering about how the principle of locality and the speed of light's limit fit with the phenomena of quantum entanglement? I've read that, due to Bell's ...
I've been reading up on theoretical physics for a few years now and I feel like I am starting to get an understanding of particle physics, at least as much as you can from Wikipedia pages. One thing ...
Apologies in advance for what may be a stupid question from a layman. In reading recently about quantum entanglement, I understood there to be a direct link between entangled particles, even at ...
Let’s consider a pair of particles [with their signals] comprising an isolated system. Any change in some property of either particle is due to the signal/s received from the other. Each particle has ...
Say we have two particles which are entangled so that they have opposite spins. If one is up, the other is down. They are sent off to two spatially separated observers A and B. Both observers can ...
From everything I've read about quantum mechanics and quantum entanglement phenomena it's unobvious for me, why quantum entanglement is considered to be active link. I.e. it's stated every time that ...