Quantum entanglement is like magic. Imagine you have two magic balls, and when you do a magic trick with one ball, the other ball will do the same trick, even if they are far away from each other. This is what quantum entanglement is like, but with tiny things like atoms instead of magic balls.
Quantum entanglement is a phenomenon in which two or more quantum particles become connected in a way that their properties become linked, even if they are separated by large distances. This means that if something happens to one particle, it will affect the other particle instantaneously, regardless of how far apart they are. This is known as quantum entanglement.
It is a strange and mysterious aspect of quantum mechanics that scientists are still trying to fully understand. However, it has been proven to be true through a variety of experiments and is now widely accepted in the scientific community as a fundamental aspect of quantum mechanics. It’s important to note that this is not a faster-than-light communication, it is just that the properties of the entangled particles become correlated.