JamesonsOnTheRocks1 karma2019-03-11 18:34:05 UTC
How did physicists rule out the possibility that entangled particles don't actually communicate with each other? Isn't it possible that the act of entanglement seeds each particle with the results of all possible measurements for the life of the entanglement? Doesn't this seem more probably than the idea that two particles can communicate instantaneously over vast differences?
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