I am not a physicist but felt compelled to create an account to pose a question/idea. Don't beat me up over this please... I was reading on Quantum Entanglement and how entangled particles seem to pass information between them at "faster than light" speeds. Now, given that entanglement is an experimentally verified and accepted property of nature (from what I have read), is it possible that this exchange of information is occuring on a level of physics with a different gravitational field than we experience? After reading on Spacetime (https://web.archive.org/web/20130424041627/http://www.thebigview.com/spacetime/spacetime.html) is it possible this "information" is simply being passed on a level that simply appears to be instantaneous to us but is still within standard physics? Simply said, is it traveling faster than light in relation to us? The basic principle is that because of the curvature of spacetime around a black hole, the amount of "distance" a beam of light has to cover is greater near a black hole. However, to an observer in that gravitational field, light must appear to always be 300,000 km/sec, time has to slow down for that individual as compared to someone outside that gravitational field as related by the time/distance relationship of speed. I hope I am being clear in this question/idea, as I am honestly looking for a serious answer. Or maybe they have accounted for this in all the entanglement experiments and it's just not covered in any of the papers discussing the topic I have found. Thanks for any help!