What does all this mean? Only that the interconnectedness of every point in the universe is so complete that if an enormous flock of birds bursts into flight from a marsh in Spain, the disturbance of the air caused by their wings will contribute to weather changes in Los Angeles.
Transfer that theory to human relationships, especially family relationships. If a mother kneels in prayer for her child, does her behavior--her faith--substantially impact that child's choices?
If a father exercises faith by honoring his priesthood--being faithful as a home teacher, steady in scripture study, and conscientious in his callings--will his son's own priesthood development be influenced?
If children choose obedience to inspired parental counsel, will their paths in lives end up at a different and more blessed destination?
Does parental faith protect and beatify generations to come?
Applying the principles of quantum physics, the answer is yes. Perhaps that's why the Lord, in the Book of Mormon, tells parents they "must repent, and be baptized, and humble themselves as their little children, and they shall all be saved."