EPR Paradox and the Physical Meaning of an Experiment in Quantum Mechanics.
It is shown that there is one purely deterministic outcome when measurement is made on the state function chosen by EPR to describe the combined two-particle system - the distance between the two particles is preserved the same. Further, it is shown that, surprisingly, the psi-function designed according to QM leads to the following paradox - despite the fact that the two particles move in opposite directions, in time the distance between them becomes shorter and shorter.
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