Permalink Submitted by Batsende Buffel on October 24, 2019

So, if because of the entanglement a value of 1 absolutely means a value of 0 for the entangled bit, then you didn't have to calculate it in the first place. It seems to me that the entanglement prevents the actual use of the bit to store independent information.

## Independence of qubit values needed for containing info

So, if because of the entanglement a value of 1 absolutely means a value of 0 for the entangled bit, then you didn't have to calculate it in the first place. It seems to me that the entanglement prevents the actual use of the bit to store independent information.