I was aware of the concept of entanglement or "spooky action at a distance," as Einstein called it but I do appreciate the refresher on Bell's Theorem. I am not sure this answers my question about experiments showing neurons from a single organism being completely separated and one reacting to stimulation applied to the other though certainly it implies a theoretical framework - at a quantum level at least.
I was looking more for an actual documented study on the neuron interaction I could read for my own interest. Any ideas?
At any rate, I appreciate the response to my question.
~Hunter S. Thompson