Quantum physics isn’t like normal physics that describes human experience. Many of its assertions seem not just counter-intuitive but actually wrong – except that they exist, and therefore tell us that our view of reality is what’s actually wrong. Quantum physics does not, however, tell us how they all work. Einstein struggled with some of the concepts because they violated relativity’s conclusion that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. Now, however, further proof of a phenomenon called Bell’s Inequality further entrenches some weird, inexplicable, behaviours. It is possible to create pairs of particles that can communicate with each other over any distance instantaneously. Separate them by a galaxy and a change in one immediately makes the other change. Instant communication has been proven. We don’t know how it works, but the fact that it works is proof that we have a lot to learn about reality.
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