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Quantum Entanglement Series


A VERY outside-the-box look at quantum entanglement, the tendency of two particles that have been in contact to continue to influence each other at a distance. Albert Einstein, who was skeptical about the phenomena, called it “spooky action at a distance.”

Part one presents a fictionalized short film that introduces the concept of quantum entanglement in a fun and engaging way. In part two, we travel to a lab in upstate New York where quantum entanglement can actually be measured.


Scientific American


PRODUCER/CAMERA/EDITOR Eric R Olson, SCREENPLAY Eric R Olson, George Musser, John Matson, LOCATION SOUND Melissa Olson, STARRING George Musser, John Matson, Mary Karmalek. Enrique Galvez