Quantum Entanglement caught on camera

Quantum Entanglement caught on camera

A team from the department of Physics & Astronomy in Glasgow University has caught what Einstein himself called ’spooky action’ on camera for the first time. The image of the Quantum Entanglement, which is notable for the fact that it is an interaction between photons which can be any distance apart, is hoped to do as much for the fields of photography and cryptography as quantum mechanics.

Andoni OConchubhair
Andoni OConchubhair
inkogni
inkogni 6 months

Intellectual: its spooky Me: darn finger on camera lens again

Scott
Scott 6 months

It's so sad that dozens of people are commenting on the vapid political propaganda stories, but no one is even bothering to read this amazing story.

Juan phan
Juan phan 6 months

Einstein also left dating his cousin. To date her daughter. That's the real spooky action!

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 6 months

First a black hole, now quantum entanglement, whats next, pictures of Asgard?

Paul C
Paul C 6 months

I like reading an article that I don't understand the words to that isn't about politics. #becausescience

Darrell Vermilion
Darrell Vermilion 6 months

that's literally just my cat

Dave
Dave 6 months

Ah yes, quantum entanglement. It's like how if you leave your earphones in your pocket for any amount of time, they will become entangled.

Ray Love
Ray Love 6 months

Looks like the all seeing eye to me.

Maesterfully
Maesterfully 6 months

Entanglement? Sounds hot.

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