What is Entanglement ?
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Article published on 25 April 2022

by Matthieu Giroux

Quantic Entanglement is the fact that two particles are ordered together. They can do this at very long distances. In this case, this is called non-locality.

It is possible that the universe is ordered with non-locality. In order for galaxies to hold on and not loose their stars on their outlines, a force is needed to attract stars.

Entanglement is used to create quantum computers. It is about being able to recover the atoms’ result that have ordered among themselves. A numeric or alphabetical value is assigned per entangled particle. Entanglement does the rest.

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