I have read and I believe that I pretty well understand quantum entanglement but the more I learn the more it sounds like it is a way of perceiving how something happens than "spooky action at a distance". By this I mean how can this be considered a destruction of locality instead of common sense. An example would be a stationary particle decays into two smaller particles that fly off in opposite directions, one with an "up" spin and one with a "down" spin, to conserve angular momentum. The uncertainty principle states that those particles can be moving at any speed anywhere until measure them. Which sounds much more logical than scientific. And when we measure one particle we automatically force that particle into a state and it automatically changes the other particle to correspond to the first one. Physicists seem to be living more in a world of probability and statistics than the real world. It makes more sense to say that the two particle have a definitive momentum and position at any point in time and that we find those positions and momentum when we measure them (however we cannot know both at the same time). And when we know one we then know the other, not that the particles appear in a position when we look and change for our benefit. Physicists appear to have gotten lost in the math and forgotten what the real world is like. Please reply back with explanations to quantum entanglement that explain better why quantum entanglement is a truly strange phenomena and why physicists are right about quantum entanglement. Because I obviously do not seem to understand it. Your comments would be much appreciated, Thank You!