I'm working on an illustrative analogy for instantaneous communication by entangled particles. I am planning to write something along these lines, but I want to see if anyone can tell me if I'm missing something here: "Imagine a rod that is connected in a frictionless and weightless environment between two distant points. The rod is solid, with a material that is so dense that it will not compress. An operator (sender) at one end taps a morse-code message to a receiver at the other end. The rod moves easily with each tap, and thus, the message is communicated instantaneously between the sender and receiver - because the rod connects the two locations..." Is there some reason this would not work?