Please clarify the following view: An EPR-Bell experiment - when one particle in a Bell correlation is measured, this instantaneously affects the properties of the second particle. To me this seems as if information concerning the measured particle has "arrived without travelling" to the second particle. Has an exchange of information occurred in these experiments? ["exchange" may be the wrong word as the information seems to be directed in only one way, however, words like "transmission" or "transfer" imply a movement which does not take place (ie: instantaneous)] If all defintions of 'information' imply a "materialistic" cause it may be that the definition has to be changed. Maybe... PS: I must stipulate my layman status so try and keep it "real".