First, let me point out that this is probably wrong. Anytime I hear faster than light travel I am automatically skeptical. I just haven’t figured out why it’s wrong yet. Any ideas? 1. Two devices situated in between Bob and Alice produce two streams of entangled pairs of qubits. Each pair travels in opposite directions, two streams reach Bob and two reach Alice. 2. The production of one of these pairs is a bit closer to Bob and the production of the other pair is closer to Alice. From the prospective of either of the observers, the device closer to them produces the transmitting channel and the device further away produces the receiving channel. 3. Each observer possesses a transmitting instrument and a receiving instrument. The transmitting instrument simply measures a transmission channel qubit to form the classical bit 1 or does not measure the qubit to form the classical bit 0. The receiving instrument, perhaps an interferometer of some sort, records whether the incoming qubit from the receiving channel is in a superposition state implying the classical bit 0 or in a definite state implying the classical bit 1. 4. Bob can perform measurements on his transmission stream in such a way that a sequence of 1’s and 0’s is produced containing a message. This instantaneously makes Alice’s receiving channel assume definite states corresponding to Bob’s 1’s just before it reaches Alice. Then Alice can use her interferometer. If interference is seen, the particle is still in a superposition state and Alice records a 0. If no interference is seen, the particle is in a definite state and Alice records a 1. 5. Alice can likewise send Bob information with her transmission channel.