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Physicists might have created quantum entanglement in bacteria


A team of scientists may have observed a quantum physics phenomena called entanglement occur within a living organism. Then again, maybe they didn’t. That’s quantum physics for you. Researchers from Oxford published a study earlier this month detailing their examination of an experiment conducted in 2016 by physicist David Cole and other researchers at the University of Sheffield. The original experiment sought to find out if quantum phenomena existed in living organisms. We know that photons, particles of light, can “teleport” information when two particles become “entangled,” whatever happens to one also happens to the other. Scientists theorize these quantum…

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