Hi, I've been reading some stuff about quantum entanglement and I stumbled upon an article talking about a delayed choice quantum eraser experiment using parametric down conversion. I was wondering if it was possible to communicate a signal through to the other side faster than light. I know that you can't send any information over the channel to the other side faster than light because you don't know which side picked which state, but what if all I'm interested in is that the other side picked any state? For example, if Alice is in one room while Bob is in another. Bob tells Alice, "As soon as I force my particle to pick a state, take the clothes to the dry cleaners." In his room, Bob forces his particle to pick a state, while Alice is observing the interference pattern from her photons in her room. As soon as Alice's interference pattern disappears, she knows she's supposed to take the clothes out to the dry cleaners. Now, if Alice was in a different galaxy than Bob, wouldn't Bob have communicated to her to take the clothes to the dry cleaners faster than light?