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- Bell's theorem, EPR and quantum entanglement

Quantum entanglement does not imply that you can send information faster than the speed of light since you cannot manipulate what your sending. You don't know what you have until you have measured it. But you do know that you have the corresponding photon at the other location in space no matter if that place is 4 inches away or 1 billion light years away. If your satisfied with what you get as long as you know that you have the corresponding particle at the other end; this means that you can send a cryptographic key faster than the speed of light. So you are able to send a cryptographic key into a black hole, though you can't use it for communication. (cryptographic keys come in corresponding pairs)

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