Authors: Peter V. Raktoe
Physicists claimed that a quantum process between photons was instantaneous, but the conclusion of an instantaneous entangled state was a fallacy. The physicists compared the time that they needed for their measurement to the time that was required for a quantum process, that quantum process was a change in the quantum state of entangled photon over a distance of 1.3 kilometers. They concluded that there wasn't enough time to complete that quantum process within the time period of their measurement, so they concluded that it was instantaneous. But they were wrong, those physicists didn't realize that there was another option.
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