Quantum entanglement (information transmitted !!) Hello, In all information I see about quantum entanglement, it's stated that nothing travels faster than light, because no information is transmitted. I believe that in in the experiments done, you can't detect the exact quantum state of a particle, because if you "read it" you change the state. With this statement in mind it's concluded that no information is transmitted. What I don't understand is... if it's possible to measure a change in a quantum particle, how can this not be acceptable as information? I believe that the event of changing could be used as information, not just the state itself. For you that know more physics than me, can you explain me what is wrong in my analysis?