Hello everyone, I was compelled to create an account here after watching a documentary on quantum physics. Regarding quantum entanglement experiments: Perhaps the initially entangled particles were only able to be bonded by assuming +/- duo, so that when they are split, they automatically oppose each other's spin? Perhaps they connect on a helix axis, and when they separate due to some force they spin in opposite directions? If I'm not grasping something please let me know. Regarding the electrons shot through two slits: Perhaps electrons are so small that they are subject to the influence of air drag much like ripples are subject to water's properties?