Superconductivity: proof that entanglement is classical.

A bilayer configuration of graphene gives rise to superconductivity. The two layers must be offset by the now known magic angle of 1.1 degrees. This is interesting, because it’s been known for a while that the same magic angle of 1.1 degrees is what enables a hexagonal crystal such as graphene or silicon nitride or beta barium borate to generate entangled “photons.” The superconductivity magic angle is the same as the “magic angle” used in an entanglement generator made of hexagonal crystal.

The pathway for the superconductor is 90 degrees off of the path for the so-called quantum entanglement (What we now call lyotropic aether entanglement). So, a superconductor is by default an entanglement generator. This really says that the entanglement is as much linked to the classical electromagnetic field components as it could be. It’s intrinsic, and it’s classical, just as normal electromagnetic fields are classical.

It might also be inferred that the entanglement force is coincident with the magnetic field. Hence, magnets might themselves be “entanglement generators” …