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Entanglement loophole closed

Experiment rejects a challenge to quantum physics

4:32pm, November 1, 2010

Physicists have ruled out a mundane explanation for a weird effect known as entanglement, once again confirming the bizarre predictions of quantum physics.

In entanglement, two particles are inextricably linked so that measuring a property of one instantly reveals information about the other, no matter how far apart the two particles are. Many experiments have confirmed this eerie connection.

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