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New results of testing quantum entanglement of spatially separated particles

A recent experiment has offered further validation of nonlocal interactions between entangled particles. Since this implies some form of faster-than-light signal transmission between quantum entangled states, it has led many to theorize that there must be some hidden variable that is causing the entangled systems to appear to interact superluminally, but in fact because it is the effect of the hidden variable no signals are being transmitted faster than the speed of light.


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