I know it was stated many times that information transfer using entanglement is not possible and I am most probably wrong but I would be glad if you can at least point me to where I am mistaken.
If we entangle only 2 particles it does not gives us much. However lets say we entangle 4 pairs of particles.
Now we have 2 observers Alice and Bob which have 4 particles each (one of each entangled pair). Lets say particle one will be used to pass the data and particles 2,3,4 to idicate whether the data is correct.
So for example Alice and Bob, both agree beforehand that if 2,3,4 have for example all spin up (spin down for the other observer) then then data transfer occurs and spin of particle 1 indicates correct value. Otherwise it indicates that transfer is not happening (break between 2 messages).
I know now that there is something called Zeno Quantum Effect, that tells us if we do the measurement of particles frequently enough we have a great chance of them returning to a state we measured at the beginning. I don't know if that is already possible or not but let's assume that we are able to measure so frequently that over 0,1 second we are able to get the same measurement of spin 99% of times.
My idea is as follows. Let's say Alice wants to transfer spin up to Bob. She measures particle one until she gets spin up and after that measures so frequently to experience Zeno effect and maintain same measurement results for as long she can.
Then she has to indicate that the value is correct and Bob can read the correct data by forcing the other 3 particles to be all spin-up (as agreed with Bob). I assume she would also use Zeno effect here.
On the other side Bob does observes to detect if paritcles 2,3,4 have all spin down on his side. If they do, then it means he can assume with great probability that spin of particle 1 is what Alice intended him to get.
Now Alice stops measuring particles so Bob gets inconsistent results and knows that there is a break in communication. Alice repeats everyhting again but this time maybe passing other spin in particle one.
This way Bob can read bits of information from Alice one by one in 0,2 secs period. Maybe we could increase this frequency or use much more particles and get even faster transfer?
Wouldn't this be possible using multiple particle system and Zeno effect?