Quantum entanglement is a concept that has captured my imagination and has intrigued me very much in the past few years in which I've become interested in quantum physics. Immediately upon reading about it for the first time, I realized that quantum entanglement could be applied in a new communication technique where a message is conveyed instantly. After doing some research on the matter, I've come to have some understanding of entanglement. For example, I know that when two electrons are entangled, they are always in opposite spin states. If one's state were to be changed, the other would also switch states. This switch happens immediately no matter how far apart the electrons are in space. I was thinking that this could be implemented in a pair of devices to allow for instantaneous communications between satellites or space vessels and mission control (the two devices can only communicate with each other, however). An early prototype of such a device could be a single pair of electrons, one at mission control, and one on vessel. Communication can be achieved by morse code, where either electron's spin state is switched in a morse code-type sequence. For another prototype, a pair of devices could have two sets of 26 pairs of electrons, each one coding for a letter in the alphabet. This way, a message from a ship could be typed up, then the device would switch the spin state of each electron accordingly, thus changing the other paired electrons in the device at mission control, and that device would decide the message. This technology could be helpful in an regency where an astronaut would require immediate technical support, or blueprints could be relayed to a 3d printer if they needed a new part or tool. This technology could also advance to allow for instant video communication, with each paired electron coding for a pixel on a screen. Also: quantum entanglement has constantly baffled scientists, because nothing should be able to travel faster than the speed of light. However, I believe that the reason why the switch is instantaneous, it that the paired particles become juxtaposed on a sub dimensional field. This could also have practical applications. Are these ideas plausible? I want to hear some other thoughts and opinions. Note: please forgive any flaws or inaccuracies in my reasoning. I only just finished my junior year in high school and I don't know where else to share my thoughts with someone who is also knowledgeable of the subject.