First off I'd like to say my understanding of physics isn't very good, so I'm sorry if this question is a non sequitur. Suppose we have two entangled particles, one on Earth, and the other on a ship that is travelling away from Earth at near to light speed. According to quantum entanglement, if we measure one particle, the other one correlates INSTANTANEOUSLY, at faster than light speed. However according to relativity, time will be passing at a slower rate on the ship than it is on Earth. Does this mean that if we were to measure the particle on Earth, that the particle on the ship would actually correlate BEFORE we took the measurement? Surely not. However if it correlates "instantly", then in what sense can it be said that time is occurring at a slower rate on the ship?