Two or three years ago there was an interview in a science journal with a physicist who had worked on the large hadron collider. The interviewer asked what he wanted to do next,and he replied that he'd like to do some experiments in quantum entanglement but had no funding. Apparently donations flooded in from around the world and enabled him to proceed. He was expecting results within a year or so. Then my PC died and, after replacing it I had forgotten the name of the scientist (it's my age). Since then I have searched in vain for his results. Does anyone know about whom I am talking and whether or not his experiments were successful? Incidentally I regularly re-route all the cables behind my PC so that they all run freely but when I clean up behind it they are always tied in complex knots. I believe that quantum entanglement may be responsible for this.