Faster than the speed of light

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pauli's exclusion principle implies information can be transfered between electrons faster than the speed of light right? so could this principle be used to send other info faster than the speed of light, like by converting the positive and negative spins into 0s and 1s and hence be able to send binary code faster than the speed of light? or is there some reason for this being impossible?
 

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Pauli exclusion principle does not imply that at all!

Please go to the Quantum Physics forums and browse through MANY of the previous discussion on entanglement, Bell theorem, EPR experiments, etc.

Zz.
 

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