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Entangled Particles DO Obey All Natural Laws.

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Posted by Alexander on October 30, 2001 16:43:17 UTC

For example, entangled photons obey energy conservation law (they are created by electron loosing exactly 2hf energy amount), momentum conservation law (they move in OPPOSITE directions keeping net momentum to be zero), they obey angular momentum conservation law (that is why we call them entangled - their net spin is zero, so as soon as you measure spin of one to be +1, the other HAVE to have spin -1 to keep total spin 0). They have zero charge (as before they were born), they obey symmetry of motion rule (relativity) - one is red shifted the other blue (due to thermal motion of atom they originated from) and on and on.

So, they obey ALL laws of nature, and any physicists knows that.

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