Talk about not knowing enough on the topic! But it fascinates me to no end... I've read that, according to Lee Smolin, there are discrete units of space and that there is mathematical support that upon dividing this space, it creates another unit of space of equal "volume". Furthermore, if there is discrete parts of space, then they must contain systemic properties (direct or indirect) of their own. (depending on what you are using to explain these bits of void) Would it be possible to entangle two (or more) units of space so that their causality networks (for lack of a better term... the "thing" that determines that void bit A is connected to void bit B so all matter passage from A will go to B) would be identical but inverted? Or is proximity alone enough to describe the causal connections between void bit A and B? Basically: causality between two quantum bits of space.... is it theoretically possible to reassign it via entanglement or another similar process?