I'm trying to follow the logic to the quantum theory of the entanglement of light. I'd like to ask a question about one of several problems I'm having with the entanglement. If: Photons (Light) have orthogonal electric and magnetic waves. And: In discussions of polarization of light for the entanglement of photons I find no reference to the magnetic waves, even in discussions of "hidden variables". Also, the "polarization paradox" discussions seem to ignore the magnetic wave component. (By polarization paradox I mean a 45° polarizer between an H and V polarizer will restore light) It seems the magnetic component can predict the electric component, and vice versa. Likewise, the polarization paradox experiments seems to show there is information at 45° (between the orthogonal magnetic and electric waves). Then: Either I missed something, or the magnetic component needs to be accounted for in the polarization of photons. Thanks in advance for setting me straight on this particular entanglement issue.