If I had a factory that produces pairs of gloves. And I packed one box with the left glove and another with the right. Then I sent the first box to the north pole and the second to the south pole. Now I have no idea which box contains which glove, When sending the identical boxes to their respective locations. So now if I open the box in the north pole , and find a left hand glove. Then OBVIOUSLY I know what glove is in the box on the South pole, at that instant. And behold when I open the box at the south pole it is ALWAYS a right hand glove. Why the need to send a signal faster than anything to the other box? Why the need for such property , we call entanglement? What evidence / experiment caused the scientific world to formulate this spooky action at a distance, to explain this logical deduction when measuring/observing a closed system of events?