The behavior of the Strange Metal phase is being called evidence of a state of maximum entanglement between electrons. The electrons in the strange metal are dissipating their energy at the maximum possible rate allowable, defined in relation to Planck's constant.

https://www.quantamagazine.org/universal-quantum-phenomenon-found-in-superconductors-20181119/ This was compared to the situation in black holes, whose matter is so dense that it's called a singularity, whereby all further matter coming in loses all its structural information. That information is then dissipated from the black hole at the maximum rate allowable, defined in relation to Planck's constant.

Entanglement has been called the basis for the continuity of spacetime (and maybe for Locality itself?)

https://www.ias.edu/ideas/2013/maldacena-entanglementThere are several interesting lessons regarding this picture of geometry emerging from entanglement. Perhaps the deepest one is that the peculiar and strange property of quantum mechanical entanglement is behind the beautiful continuity of spacetime. In other words, **the solid and reliable structure of spacetime is due to the ghostly features of entanglement**. As we entangle two systems with many degrees of freedom, it seems possible to generate a geometric connection between them, even though there is no direct interaction between the two systems.

So if the Strange Metal phase represents maximum entanglement among electrons, then I'm wondering if it could perhaps provide some analog to study Locality vs Non-Locality.

Anyhow, Condensed Matter Physicists seem to be excited about this latest discovery, because they feel it will lead to a fundamental improvement in understanding Superconductivity.