Two nodes send each an entangled
photon over a distance of 50 kilometers to an intersection where the light particles are measured in such a way that they lose their entanglement with the ions, which in turn would entangle them.
The review of academic papers found reports of 557 sharks and rays entangled
in plastic, spanning 34 species in oceans including the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian.
"The trick is that they each have one ion of another entangled
pair by their side, and this entanglement resource, distributed ahead of the gate, allows us to do a quantum trick that has no classical counterpart."
No one wants a whale to be entangled
and caught, especially not a fisherman - this is not about blaming anyone.
I being a student of political science and participant class of society can come with many examples where he was entangled
by his tongue by not caring the words.
"He was found by a mountain rescue team submerged in water with the abseiling rope entangled
around his neck.
"Some birds use it as nesting material which they and their offspring then become entangled
They easily get entangled
in fishing nets laid in the coastal and offshore waters,' said Mohammad Moazzam Khan, technical adviser on fisheries resources at WWF-P.
It is one of the common dolphins that get entangled
in fishing nets in coastal and offshore waters.
A teenage worker of Nishat Dairy Farm, Sukheke was killed on the spot when he was entangled
with the belt of a fodder cutting electric machine here the other day.
A young gull became so badly entangled
in plastic thread that its feet started to swell and blister.