Okay, let me take this hypothetical scenario. Interstellar travelers from Earth are going to Alpha Centauri, and with them they take a quantum-entanglement Internet link to Earth, so they can communicate in a reasonable amount of time (assume they have no FTL technology, that is way too speculative for this era and forum).No, the problem is, that what you read about the state of the entanglement at the receiving end does not tell you anything - unless and until you communicate with the source - which you can only do at luminal or subluminal speeds.
For our purposes, let's assume that information is sent from Earth to Alpha Centauri with a binary system, which at Alpha Centauri is "flipped over" so to speak in order to cancel out the flipping which happens with quantum entanglement. So 0s on Earth are converted to 1s in entanglement which are converted to their true form of 0 by the computer. The computer was programmed to do the conversions.
So does this mean that the programmer who wrote the program to "make sense of "the entanglement results, and the fact that the skills to use a computer to "make sense of" the data were taught to the crew, was the necessary subluminal communication component? How does it work, I don't really have a physics background so I don't understand it too well.