I'm seeing a lot of articles about refining the entanglement process, and how it should be applicable to information transfer, but I haven't seen any experiments where they have actually manipulated the states on one side to be observed on the other. I'm having trouble understanding exactly how far into reality all this has advanced.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Does the explanation of entanglement leap into higher dimensional math, or is there something I can hope to follow. It's taking "spooky" physics to new levels for me, that and teleportation, and supersolids (one quantum state for a whole helium-sicle? does that mean it's one virtual particle?).

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# Quantum entanglement information transfer proven?

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