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How Quantum Pairs Stitch Space-Time

New tools may reveal how quantum information builds the structure of space.

Mark Van Raamsdonk imagines entanglement creating space-time gradually: Along the outside of the figure, individual particles (dots) become entangled with each other. These entangled pairs then become entangled with other pairs. As more particles become entangled, the three-dimensional structure of space-time emerges.

Mark Van Raamsdonk imagines entanglement creating space-time gradually: Along the outside of the figure, individual particles (dots) become entangled with each other. These entangled pairs then become entangled with other pairs. As more particles become entangled, the three-dimensional structure of space-time emerges.

Read more at The Quantum Fabric of Space-Time