It is demonstrated that it is possible to find a field theory containing
    massless scalar particles which has infrared structure closely resembling that
    of quantum electrodynamics and perturbative quantum gravity but exhibiting no
    gauge invariance or internal symmetries at all, and in particular, no apparent
    asymptotic symmetry. It is shown that, unlike soft photons and gravitons, the
    soft scalars do not decouple from dressed states and they are generically
    produced when hard dressed particles interact. However, the entanglement of the
    hard and resulting soft particles is vanishingly small.

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