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**Reality Check**
The article says "With entanglement, two particles are born together and secretly share a wave function. If one is observed, its wave function and that of its twin simultaneously collapse. Two items then materialize at the same moment. And they do so regardless of the distance between them.". The other particle is "observed" only in the sense that we know its state from observation of the other particle.

I guess that wave function collapse is not a proven theory, but when we measure one of these particles, do we have to do another measurement on the other particle to verify its spin.

The moment an instant lasted forever, we were destined for the leading edge of eternity.