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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2010
How can two particles (a particle and its antiparticle) communicate instantaneously, no matter how great the distance is between them? According to our current understanding of the laws of our Universe, nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, so when we stimulate one of the particles, why do both respond at the exact same time, no matter how far apart they are? Is information travelling infinitely fast between these two particles, or are they really still the same particle at some fundamental (quantum) level? In 1996, Physicists proved that one 'piece' of matter can be in two places at the same time: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi...
The fact that our Universe is comprised of matter of this complexity is absolutely astounding.