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Re: Remember: Coins Are ENTANGLED.

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Posted by Frank Lombard on February 23, 2001 05:28:17 UTC

"No, they CAN NOT be head-head or tail-tail, it is prohibited by angular momentum conservation law (total spin =0)."

If they were located in the same atomic orbital that is true, but when they are not each one can take on any side, so how can you get two particles to act like they are in the same atomic orbital when in fact they are non-local? You need an extra dimension to connect them!

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