Let's say there's a ship that's traveling at a sufficient velocity from the earth, such that the time is dilated for the ship by an arbitrary factor 10,000. If the ship has an entangled particle connected to another entangled particle on earth, and the entanglement is broken by observation, is entanglement still broken at the same instant in Earth's reference frame, or would there be time dilation "lag" by a factor of 10,000 that occurs on the ship? Or would this be impossible to determine? Basically im asking whether or not relativistic effects like time dilation can affect the quantum realm.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Entanglement and relativity

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