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Entanglement: spin distribution and proportion
Have the first particles been entangled just after the Big Bang?
What could be then the particles:
a. the entanglement proportions
b. and spin distribution?
By entanglement proportion I mean:
How many percent of the particles might have been entangled.
Shortly after the big bang and today.
By spin distribution I mean:
Let be 3 particles.
2 are entangled with each others.
One of them is sent away, and a 3rd particle is entangled with the remaining one. We have 3 particles entangled, two of same spin one of opposite spin.
To me, the spin distribution is then 2/3.
If we add a 4th particles and entangle it with any of the 3 others, the distribution is either of 3/4 (let say with a probability of 2/3) or 2/4 (with a probability of 1/3).
Made initially the assumption that the proximity of the particles (soon after their emergence) will be a sufficient hypothesis for their entanglement.
I reformulated it as a more general question.