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Can quantum weirdness be used to send instant messages across space and time?

Quantum physicists in the Netherlands, Spain, and the UK have confirmed in the lab that the weird instant correlations between remote “entangled” particles are real. The question that comes to mind is, can quantum weirdness be used to send instant message across space-time, faster than light?

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Quantum entanglement and wormholes

Quantum entanglement is a “weird” conduit between events in spacetime, not limited by the speed of light. Wormholes are also a “weird” conduit between events in spacetime, not limited by the speed of light. New research seems to imply that perhaps these two weird things are really one and the same.

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