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I've read a few snippets on the web recently, which concern quantum entanglement, also whether data passed from one particle to another happens instantly and faster than the speed of light.
What if the measurement of either particle in an entangled state was synonymous with the separation of one from the other, synonymous with the disentanglement of A from B?
What if, before measurement, both particles were only allowed to share the same state, because each shared the same photon?
Then common sense told an observer,..