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  • It sounds like The Age of Entanglement is a good read.

    An Historic Snippet

  • I wrote a book called Entanglement a few years ago and she read it.

    Deepak Chopra: Amir Aczel Interview by Deepak Chopra

  • I am pretty sure that they call themselves the "Center for U.S. Global Engagement," rather than "Entanglement," MS.

    Joe Lieberman: Remember The Love - Swampland - TIME.com

  • First Evidence of Entanglement in Photosynthesis is a Technology Review article citing an arXiv piece.

    2009 June - Telic Thoughts

  • Entanglement (or, coherence) is an odd phenomenon, one of those 'mysteries' of the realm.

    A Biologos Position

  • Entanglement is at the heart of today's uncrackable quantum encryption; it makes the "teleporting" of particles over distances of several miles feasible; and entanglement may soon be employed in the production of quantum computers that will make the best contemporary computer look like an abacus.

    Merry-Prankster Physicists

  • I say, to choose a life of greater connection, we have the chance to begin where we are, to find that the Principle of Oneness, call it Field Theory, String Theory, Entanglement, or God, the words do not matter.

    Dr. Cara Barker: For What Are You Truly Thankful?

  • Entanglement, a quantum phenomenon, is the object of attention or more specifically its relation to the biological process of photosynthesis.

    2009 June - Telic Thoughts

  • I say, to choose a life of greater connection, we have the chance to begin where we are, to find that the Principle of Oneness, call it Field Theory, String Theory, Entanglement, or God, the words do not matter.

    Dr. Cara Barker: For What Are You Truly Thankful?

  • I say, to choose a life of greater connection, we have the chance to begin where we are, to find that the Principle of Oneness, call it Field Theory, String Theory, Entanglement, or God, the words do not matter.

    Dr. Cara Barker: For What Are You Truly Thankful?

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