This is an observation I'm making that seems like it is wrong but I can't figure out why it would be. Entanglement links two states together. For example the spin angular momentum of particles. An entangled state of two particles could be where you know if one particle is measured spin up the state collapses and the other one will be measure spin down. This seems like it would make that state more orderly, however entanglement is often measured by linear entropy and entropy is a measurement of disorder. How does that work? Am I missing something important in my picture here?