So we have two particles (A and B) that are entangled.
From what I understand, entanglement isn't destroyed, it is only obscured by subsequent interactions with the environment.
Particle A goes zooming off into outer space.
10 years later, Particle B becomes incorporated into my brain.
The day after that, an alien scientist measures the entangled property on Particle A.
This will have some immediate non-local effect on Particle B won't it?
And since B's state has been altered (in some sense), and it is part of my brain, then my brain state has been altered as well, hasn't it?
Maybe only a tiny amount, obscured by the many environmental interactions that the two particles have been subjected to since the initial entanglement, but in a way that is real and at least conceivably significant.
And if that is true, then to the extent that mental states supervene on brain states, my mental state would also have been altered by non-local effects.
Or is that wrong?