I understand that relativity at least philosophically excludes the ability to use entanglement to instantaneously send information, but as I understand it, it seems only philosophically, and the hard problem is that you break the entanglement by measurement. (Before I go on, I'm sure that ^^ needs some logic correcting) Anyways, it got me thinking that, if you weak measurements were possible, that perhaps we could trick the system. What I mean is that instead of fully decohering the entanglement, Alice and Bob make weak measurements that infer on a more probabilistic matter rather than factual. They then make decisions on the "most likely" state of the entangled system. The "most likely" state could very well not at all be the real one, but based on having a defined convention of use, we might could take advantage of the scenario. Is this at all theoretically possible, and if not what directly stands in its way? Have any other scenarios been proposed (that are somewhat legitimate) which insinuate loopholes as such, or is this a "No. Period." issue?