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## Main Question or Discussion Point

People talk about entanglement with such passion and they tell me how big paradox it is, and yet I dont see why. I think maybe I just dont understand quantum mechanics enough? I dont know...

Basically you fire two electrons different directions, and then you can measure 50% chance spin up or down of one of them, and you instantly know the other one must be down or up, respectively. Action at a distance? Why :s There is no action on distance... When you fired the electron's of each other in opposite directions, there was 50% chance that the spin up electron went, say, right. So if you measure it being up later on, you know that the spin down had to go left... Its not like the electron suddenly becomes spin up while the other electron suddenly becomes spin down when you measure them... The probability 50% must refer to the actual event of firing them of, and the determination of which one goes left or right by some funky laws... but once that is done, the rest should be determined.

i guess im just confused... i dont see any paradoxes in there

Basically you fire two electrons different directions, and then you can measure 50% chance spin up or down of one of them, and you instantly know the other one must be down or up, respectively. Action at a distance? Why :s There is no action on distance... When you fired the electron's of each other in opposite directions, there was 50% chance that the spin up electron went, say, right. So if you measure it being up later on, you know that the spin down had to go left... Its not like the electron suddenly becomes spin up while the other electron suddenly becomes spin down when you measure them... The probability 50% must refer to the actual event of firing them of, and the determination of which one goes left or right by some funky laws... but once that is done, the rest should be determined.

i guess im just confused... i dont see any paradoxes in there