2-Minute Video on Nonlocality: The Nature of Reality & The Science of Oneness – Introduction & Terminology

  • Nonlocality is the name physicists have given to objects having information (“knowing the state”) of other objects, even when separated by large distances.
  • Entanglement is the word coined by Erwin Shrodinger to refer to particles that are correlated by an interaction.

The idea of something measured in one place “influencing” measurements far away challenged what Einstein thought of as “local reality.” It came to be known as “nonlocality,” but it always contained something else called “nonseparability.” Einstein called it “spooky action at a distance.”– The Information Philosopher