OK, here's the deal. If you have two entangled particles and make a state change to one of them, the other will change states simultaneously. Even if they are separated, the change is simultaneous. Even if they are so far apart that information about the change would have to exceed the speed of light to achieve simultaneity, the change is simultaneous. Einstein called that "Spooky Action at a Distance". We invite you to think about that for the rest of your life, or if you'd rather you can hear wisdoms from a 2000 lb. Groundhog, music from The American Landscape and Mini Bingo, poetry from Bill Mooney and Joe Kreiss. You can begin at the beginning with Chapter One from "The Last Summer Ball at the Cosmos" a novel in progress from Scott Millsop, who also doubles as Dimmy Jean.
December 1, 2019