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Posted by Tarvo on October 29, 2003 18:07:48 UTC

As much as I understand, entanglement comes from nonlocality of the wave function, ie it's not possible to create such function any other way than so that what happens in one point depends instantaneously on what happens in some other remote points (Einstein never liked it and called it a "spooky action at distance"). I'm not physicist but I don't understand why all these extra dimensions are necessary as it's very simple - points are connected to each other.

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