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- Hey I'm Fraser, I am a MEng graduate primary focused on Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. I am extremely interested in discussing and investigating how the dynamics of quantum entangled particles equate to conventional Newtonian laws.
As my current studies have proven conservation of energy is a universal law. How is it possible for two entangled particles to be equally or similarly affected when a force or energy is applied to a single member of the entangled pair? The production of such a pair would be invaluable to computing capabilities and far more. I am interested in building a mathatically capable team to further discuss the capabilities of such an idea. This discussion does not require qualifications only passion for the subject and the ability to bounce off one another. I look forward to hearing from any of you who are interested!
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