квантовая запутанность





квантовая запутанность
Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in which two particles become “entangled” and behave as if they’re connected, even when separated by great distances. This phenomenon is sometimes referred to as “spooky action at a distance”. For example, if one particle is spun in one direction, the other particle will spin in the opposite direction, regardless of the distance between them. This connection cannot be explained by traditional physics. An example of quantum entanglement is the famous “double-slit” experiment. In this experiment, two particles are sent through two separate slits. When the particles reach the detector, their behavior is correlated, as if they were connected. This phenomenon has been used to create quantum computers, which are much more powerful than traditional computers. It can also be used to securely send messages across large distances. Fun fact: Quantum entanglement has been used to teleport information from one place to another. This means that you could theoretically teleport yourself to another location, although this has yet to be achieved.