This Experiment has been performed in Switzerland at the University of Geneva by Nicolas Gisin, and has been reported to over 3400 journalist, educators, scientist and engineers in more than 40 countries on Friday, July 25, 1997.
In experiment, scientists wanted to have two identical particles, so they took a particle of light – the photon – that was split into two identical parts – twins.
Then they isolated them in a special device in which they could separate them in opposite directions by 14 miles at the same time. 7 miles in one direction and 7 miles in other direction. When they separated them, they could start with the experiment.
What they found during the experiment is whatever they did to one photon the second photon seemed to be still connected to the first photon even though it was 14 miles away.
The other one acts as if they are still connected!
The question that is being asked is Why?
The term used to describe this phenomenon is “Entanglement” – particles once physically joined, seem to remain linked energetically.
This is important because it implies that once matter is connected, it is always connected.Thus at the beginning of our universe there was a time when everything was connected.
This means that today everything is still connected. We are all connected to things and to each other.