I am in high school trying to create a video about Quantum Teleportation. Can someone please verify this is what happens during Quantum Teleportation? 1. An entangled pair of qubits are generated. Qubit A is is sent to one location, Qubit B to another. 2. The qubit to be teleported interacts with qubit A, and the relationship between the quantum states of qubit A and the qubit being teleported can be measured. (Does the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle tie into this at all?) 3. After measuring the relationship between quantum states with qubit A and the qubit being teleported, the information is sent to qubit B. (This is something that I'm struggling with. How is the information being sent?) 4. Because qubits A and B are entangled, the information about how the quantum state of the qubit being teleported interacts with the quantum state of qubit A will also reveal how the quantum state of the qubit being teleported interacts with the quantum state of qubit B. 5. Qubit B uses this information to replicate the quantum state of the qubit being teleported. (How does qubit B change like this?) Additional Question: What happens to the original qubit being teleported?