A review by Tim Holt in The New York Review of Books [11/10] about George Musser's book on the quantum theory of entanglement (covered here a few weeks back) has received a “clarification” (cleansing) by theoretical physicist Jeremy Bernstein in the December 8, 2016 issue of The NYRB, Page 62.
Dr. Bernstein wrote that the idea of faster than light quantum entanglement espoused by some is patently absurd.
And Tim Holt responds, showing that there is as much back-and-forths in science as there is in the folly known as ufology, the difference being that ufology's arguments are often goofy whereas debates in science, while often scintillating, are based in a reserved decorum, as you can see in the encapsulated article here:
(I've left the piece in a major pixel mode so you can click on it to read it.)
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