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Suppose a system which looks at votation of each citizen, answers being yes/no coded as 1,-1. Since a lot of people vote it gives an average value that is encoded as an angle ##\theta##, the score 50/50 corresponding then to ##\pi/2## since the average with 1,-1 were 0.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_correlation

Then one has the functions ##A(n),B(n)## and hence if the covariance ##cov(\theta)=\sum_nA(n)B(n)## is bigger than the linear one after a big number of votation, like Bell's theorem seems to indicate, then this would mean that A and B were entangled.

What would it mean in reality that two people were quantumly linked ?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_correlation

Then one has the functions ##A(n),B(n)## and hence if the covariance ##cov(\theta)=\sum_nA(n)B(n)## is bigger than the linear one after a big number of votation, like Bell's theorem seems to indicate, then this would mean that A and B were entangled.

What would it mean in reality that two people were quantumly linked ?

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