## A Conversation for The Limits of Quantum Mechanics: The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Paradox

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Pirate Alexander LeGray Started conversation Feb 12, 2011

I've not studied quantum theory but are amused by its ideas; but I thought for objects to be entangled they had to share similar physical properties.

I do indeed find the light-switch idea confusing but was more confused by the notion of distance, in more than 3D the objects might share the same space, this is nutty brainstorming I know but I also heard somewhere that information is separated from the object, and what we visualise is the information in the location of the object which is somewhere else.

I'm not good at this physics stuff

Very interesting read.

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