Can Quantum Entanglement Bend Space?

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Can Quantum Entanglement Bend Space?
« on: 16/07/2010 05:12:33 »
All these Discovery and History channel series enjoy spreading the idea that space is very easily distorted. If, indeed, this is a valid representation, could not quantum entanglement exist because two particles have connected space at a single point where each of the two entangled particles exist?
(To help understand my question, imagine a blanket being folded over and having the two layers squeezed between two fingers. The blanket is a representation of space, and the point the fingers squeeze is the point in space connected by the entangled particles.)
"'Ok,' Eve said at last, 'whatís left for me?'

And God said, 'Itís called a brain.'"
(Taken from an article by John Gamel)