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Is entanglement effected by space-time?

  1. Jun 18, 2011 #1
    Is entanglement effected by space-time? other than, of course, when entanglement is created/destroyed....


    Some related thoughts:

    - information transfer needs mass-energy to carry it

    - mass-energy cannot travel faster than speed of light

    - in entanglement...mass-energy is not involved...(in the "classic/time-space" sense), information is not transferred
     
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