Jonathon Keats will be using quantum physics to entwine loved ones in a bond beyond 'I Do'

Las Vegas may be the place of Elvis impersonators and quickie weddings, but artist and experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats wants to bring a new type of romantic ceremony into the mix: quantum entanglements.

This September, as part of the Life Is Beautiful art and music festival, Keats will be performing quantum entanglement ceremonies whereby he applies the principles of physics to love. “Entanglement is a quantum state in which the behavior of two or more particles is linked regardless of their physical distance,” Keats tells PSFK. “Any change to one particle instantaneously changes those entangled with it even if they're a universe apart.”

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