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The outcomes of the mesurement (measuring the electron spin of an entangled electron pair as Red or Green) can be random initially without any correlation at all.

But by the time we compare the results of the two measurements, our memories could be modified such that we remember having made a particular of measurements which had correlation.

Would not such a explanation get rid of the non locality of quantum mechanics?

will have to give up our idea of a consistent memory for this.

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# Non locality of quantum mechanics

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