In Vegas, Artist Replaces Marriage With Quantum Entanglement

In Vegas, Artist Replaces Marriage With Quantum Entanglement

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

Daniela Walker
  • 12 august 2015

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.

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