Suppose this most probly has been covered but I just wanna see if its possible for it to be done... I was reading that scientists were able (i think it was in 97) to prove that when they took two association electrons, and moved them as far apart as possible.. that when you spun the one electron around in one direction, its counterpart (no matter what the distance), instantly reacted and also changed its 'orbit' in response to the first electron. Could someone clear up what I have got fuzzled up, or paint a clearer picture of that experiment. Well, I was thinking, if we could spin an electron in different directions, and record the spin of the other electron ...far far away.... would it not be possible to use that as a form of communication? Ie, if electron A spins to the left, it is considered a binary 0, if it spins to the right, its a binary 1. So if you are spinning the electron on one side of the world, you should be able by looking at the electron on the other side of the word, discern what is happening. (If I am making any sense) And since the electrons to not rely on space/time. Is it prehaps possible mayb to transmit through the multiverse or wherever those darn electrons phase out into?