Suppose that we focus our optical or radio telescope on a star or galaxy R light years away. If we continually measure the polarity of the photons received and continually get definite results, then we know that at the location 2R from us, the location is empty of matter; ie, no detection. But if we notice that we cannot get definite results, then we know that matter is there (at 2R). IE, photons from R are giving us information about the condition of space 2R distant...THE EPR SKY. Now suppose that the star or galaxy is beyond half the radius of the Visible Universe...now we would be detecting matter that is outside of the Visible Universe, when we are unable to get definite polarity results. This would work until R became equal to the radius of the VU. This would produce a map of the distribution of matter outside of the VU or at least be an indication of a universe 7 times the volume of our VU. Does this seem possible?