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Entanglement Is No Puzzle!

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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on April 30, 2001 14:07:02 UTC

Mario,

Let me give you an alternate explanation of "entanglement". If one comprehends that the basic model of reality is a figment of your imagination to begin with and that "quantum mechanics" is no more than a way of calculating the probability of a data set which must be consistent with the data already "known" then entanglement is nothing more than a problem in your mental model of reality: i.e., the presumption that something real goes from one place to another.

Contradictory results are a sign of invalid assumptions!


Have fun -- Dick

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