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Coherent quantum states of different chirality have been formed and identified in the A phase of superfluid helium-3, confirming previous theoretical predictions.
The combination of several quantum states that are local can yield a nonlocal state.
A new optical experiment provides further proof that quantum mechanics is not hiding some classical framework beneath its veneer of context-dependent observations.