Hello everyone. Today I was pondering quantum mechanical phenomenon, and I was focusing on quantum entanglement specifically. I came up with an interesting theory - and while it has no mathematical proof or possible way of experimenting with it - I still want to hear what you guys have to say. Alright so here's the theory: We're all aware that quantum entanglement seems to have faster than light communication. This has puzzled many physicists as this seems to violate GR theory. However, something that I believe that many physicists fail to remember is that space is expanding at a speed faster than light. Through virtual particles, we can observe that quantum mechanical properties are fundamentally intrinsic within the fabric of space-time. And so, using this knowledge, could one contend that communication between two entangled particles is correlated within space-time - and thus allowing this communication between entangled objects to travel at faster than light speeds?