What I understood from Quantum Entanglement (QE), is that measuring the spin of one of two entangled particles in one location gives the spin of the other particle in other location no matter how far is the later. What I can also understand is that the same concept is applicable in the classical physics. For example, if we have a way to create two spinning tops at one point in the time and space, they will be spinning at different directions to maintain the law of conservation of angular momentum. Now measuring the direction of one of them in one location ( by just watching it), gives information about the direction of the other spinning top in the other location. So what is the difference between both QE and the classical version?