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Entangled 2-D e-+/e+- particles become disentangled through....

When entangled, the 2-D e-+/e+- particle pair exists at its lowest possible energy level, with alternating e-m directionality and interchanging identities with every e-m interaction, and a common center of gravity.  In a disentangled state, the electron represents a lower energy level structure than a positron, because the electron's 2-D electric energy moves outward from center toward a lower energy level. As a result, a disentangled e+- or e-+ particle will always convert to an electron at its earliest opportunity if it does not immediately become entangled with another e-m particle.

Both a 1-D neutrino and a 1-D antineutrino particle consist of two photons each. Both neutrino and antineutrino particles represent a higher energy level structure than their constituent parts (i.e., photons). As a result, when either a neutrino or antineutrino becomes disentangled, it converts to an entangled pair of 1-D photons. So when a 2-D e-+/e+- particle is entangled with a 1-D antineutrino/neutrino particle (in a relatively weak entanglement), and they become disentangled, unless each particle immediately becomes entangled with another e-m energy, the 2-D e-+/e+ particle will convert to an electron at its earliest opportunity, and the 1-D antineutrino/neutrino particle will convert to a pair of photons at its earliest opportunity.

When an entangled pair becomes disentangled, the individual particles will exist with unidirectional, opposing e-m directionality (when a directionally balanced energy system becomes unbalanced, communication is instant - communication is not limited to v = c). For instance, an entangled e+-/e-+ and e-+/e+- energy system will convert immediately to an electron and a positron when they become disentangled, assuming the particles do not immediately become entangled with other e-m energy. However, with the next electromagnetic interaction, the positron will convert to an electron with a lower energy level structure, so that both of the formerly entangled particles become electrons. 

 

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25- disentanglement

To explore traditional views on entanglement, see "Quantum entanglement" on Wikipedia.