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Nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. Not even an electrical signal. Entanglement seems to violate this. But, does it?
Imagine 100 gears lined up in sequence all the way across a basketball court. As you turn the gear under one hoop, all 100 gears simultaneously spin. Even the gear across the court would simultaneously spin.
Could you in theory connect gears a longer distance? Even Miles?
Imagine 100 basketballs in a straight line from one hoop to the other hoop with gears around the circumference parallel to the floor. You spin one ball, and they all spin. Spinning the ball under one hoop, simultaneously spins the other ball. Imagine, the in-between balls were not visible. Would this be a similar pattern to what we are seeing with entanglement?
Is it possible that it is not empty space between the two particles, yet some gear like matter that is connecting entangled particles?
Gear Theory --THE END--