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- Jun 12, 2015
You are not too far off. When not observed they can be treated as being a wave. With entanglement we note their 'spin' however this is a particle behaviour. The entangled pair will be opposite spins to each other. Its a bit like sending someone an inverted image and it showing up correct on the other side. To be honest I am not sure what the scientist do to avoid disturbing the superposition of state until they meaningfully detect the outcomes. I have probably seen the answer to this before, but haven't simply forgotten right now.