Quantum entanglement – Action at a distance

Observations of one particle affecting the spin of another at a great distance with the effect being immediate, can easily be explained mechanically without resorting to “spooky” explanations. If the extent of the fields of electric charges is infinite, this means that the fields of all charges in the universe are in direct mechanical contact with the fields of all other charges in the universe, although their ability to influence the spins of each other at a great distance would be very weak due to extremely low density of overlap between the fields. Since there is direct mechanical contact between the fields of the charges, the influence of the spin of one charge on that of another charge is instantaneous – not in any way limited by the speed of light.