**A**to

**B**, one needs to cover the distance/time needed to interact with the other particle, no jumps or instantaneous action at a distance are allowed.

In quantum physics the concept of

**non-locality**is introduced to describe some of the strangest particle interactions occuring in our inner universe. Photons, electrons, and many other sub-atomic particles, seem to interact non-locally on a regular basis. This phenomenon, obviously controversial and with enormous paradigm shift potential, is now at least accepted by 60% of modern quantum physicists.

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