Hello Everyone. I will be honest with you guys, I dropped out of school at 13 years old and I have no formal qualifications and certainly know very little about Quantum Physics... However I like to "THINK" and this has what has brought me here. What I am about to ask could very easily make no sense and be a completely dumb question but I would appreciate if you try and open your minds to why a physics "noob" would ask such a question. So... The theory of Space Time says that our perception of time is different depending on the speed that we move though space and most importantly the speed and direction we move though space... Meaning that moving towards Earth lets say at great speed from a great distance the perspective of time at that would technically be far in the future. What I don't know however is that if Space Time effects Quantum Entanglement however in what I am about to propose I don't know if that is even relevant... Please understand I do not believe that what I am suggesting is even possible but as an idea it interest me. If we could Quantum Entangle 2 computers and then send one of these computers VERY far way at a very fast speed and Quantum Entanglement IS effected my space time... What would happen when one of the computers no longer exists in one of the computers NOW slices? Would the the Entanglement Stop? as I thought this was not thought to be possible... On a different perspective, We do the same experiment syncing the televised news between the two computers for years and years. Say it was possible to find a way to get the space computer millions of light years away. If we swung it fast back towards Earth to capture the news, then swing it back away from earth till you somehow find Sync would we be able to watch tommorows, next weeks or even next years news? Again... If this is as dumb as it sounds in my head I am sorry. I would just love to have ideas. I have tried to look on places like google but due to the fact Quantum Physics is such a hot topic its hard to find the stuff I am looking for. Kind Regards. Jamie.