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Quantum entanglement is one of the uber-bizarre phenomena seen when things get itty-bitty, or inside the quantum realm. When two or more particles link up in a certain way, no matter how far apart they are in space, their states remain linked. That means they share a common, unified quantum state. So observations of one of the particles can automatically provide information about the other entangled particles, regardless of the distance between them. And any action to one of these particles will invariably impact the others in the entangled system.

Who discovered quantum entanglement?

Physicists developed the fundamental ideas behind entanglement as they worked out the mechanics of the quantum world in the early decades of the 20th century. They found that to properly describe subatomic systems, they had to use something called a quantum state.


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