The observable universe is about 92 billion light years in diameter. It would take 80 years for us just to reach the edge of our galaxy travelling at the speed of light. And there are a magnitude billions of galaxies with the space between them even more distant than within a galaxy. Does it make sense Bell's Theorem still work for two entangled particles at say between 92 billion light years separation between them? What is more logical is Bell's Theorem correlations have speed limit, such that they are near instantaneous in between say the edge to edge of a galaxy. This means the correlations need to have speed. Aspect experiments have not proven the correlation is instantaneous.. just that it would be at least 10 times faster than the speed of light. This means for separations of billions of light years. The correlations couldn't be instantaneous but needs to have speed limit. Would this be possible? What law forbid it to be even possible?