What is quantum entanglement? | Science News

Quantum entanglement is de facto bizarre — there’s nothing prefer it in our on a regular basis expertise. Particles keep a mysterious hyperlink that persists even when the particles are separated by light-years. Einstein was famously not a fan of entanglement. But physicists are starting to suspect that entanglement performs a central position in shaping the material of area and time that Einstein launched in his basic idea of relativity a century in the past.

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