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quote:Originally posted by gsmollinI'm not sure if this thread is a question, statement, or something else. So its probably not possible to arrive at a conclusion. However, I will comment on quantum entanglement. A lot of claims have been made about it, and I suppose there will be clearer understandings in the future. I can't conclude that higher dimensions or faster-than-light signals are necessary to explain quantum entaglement. The two particles become entangled through exchange of ordinary force bosons. After their separation, they remain entangled, but do not commumicate. When a state resolves, the other particle state also resolves. This does not require communication, and we cannot use it to communicate.