I was wondering about entangled particles or particles with superposition being able to communicate nonlocally, and then thought about space and time. I know Einstein says that space and time are one in the same called spacetime. He also states that something that travels the speed of light doesn't experience time, but it still propagates through time having to move through space too. Now when you observe an entangled particle if one is up the other is down instantly. Then when you're not looking at it the particles have superposition being able to be both up and down at any given moment it is not being observed. The fact that a particle can act infinitely faster than the speed of light in a vacuum makes me think that an entangled particle exists within our perception of space but not time. I know I may be wrong, but any insight would be much appreciated, thank you.