[Mentor's note: Split off from https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/an-abstract-long-distance-correlation-experiment.852684/page-6 because this subthread was discussing possible mechanisms behind the phenomenon] My take on these: 1) - not weird at all - you send a photon in one direction and the other guy gets it 2) - not weird at all - you send two photons with the same polarization (defined by its Jones Vector) in two directions and if one guy gets it, he knows what the other guy will see for polarization subject to the inherent randomness in the Jones Vector definition of photon polarization. 3) - PRBox - not sure what this is, a google search produces a wide variety of topics ??? 4) - not weird at all - it doesn't happen What I think is weird: 1) Ignoring the fact that photon polarization has inherent randomness and designing FTL or multi-world theories based on this assumption 2) Not using the "weirdness" of the experiment in question here to develop theories of what the inherent randomness of the photon is all about and how it works (the hidden variables behind its behavior). What I look forward to: A data set of matrices based on this experiment that someone feels cannot be explained. We could then take a careful look at the definition of photon polarization (without resorting to FTL or multi-world theories) to see how to reproduce the experimental results in the animation leading to a better understanding of "weirdness".