Let’s consider a pair of particles [with their signals] comprising an isolated system. Any change in some property of either particle is due to the signal/s received from the other. Each particle has the knowledge of the signals emitted by it and the consequences of such signals on the other. This is a “continuous process” which may go simultaneously with increasing separation between the particles.
The entanglement of some property ,between the particles, even in the highest level of non-locality seems to be intuitively “natural” so long the system remains an isolated one, comprising the two particles and the signals exchanged between them.
Would it be correct to say that the entanglement of properties in the non-local context should not be considered as an injury to commonsense perceptions?