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Can any two events in the universe happen at exactly the same time?I got asked this and i really could not answer it to my satisfactionhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planck_timeAnyone want to dazzle me with some hard science ?
At the quantum level, yes. Two single electrons that are entangled are *exactly* the same particle,...
utterly indistinguishable other than that they occupy different locations in space, and whatever happens to one happens to the other, regardless of distance.
It is not known why such entangled particles can be separated in space, Ö
but they can be, and it is believed that the interaction between them is *instantaneous* since empirically it is has been shown that their synchronization speed is at *least* 10,000 times faster than the speed of light, and it has been shown they can be separated by many miles and still have such synchronization happen, and it is believed they can be separated arbitrarily far from each other.