Let's consider the following desitegration [tex] \pi^0 \rightarrow e^+ + e^- [/tex]. If measure the spin of electron we know the spin of positron but what if particles are far away. Is it still true. Does anyone measure the correlation of spins if the particles are really far off. Maybe we observe the correlation only because the two measurements aren't simultaneous.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Collapse of wavefunction - how long it takes?

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