Disclaimer: I have no idea what I am talking about, as I just started college and barely understand quantum physics.
If an electron can have a linear velocity of the speed of light, theoretically electrons could be created that have an angular velocity of the speed of light they would produce an area of infinitely thin frame dragging. Any particle that interacts with these theoretical particles would experience 'weird effects'.
Could these effects possibly allow the reading (or detecting) of a superposition, violating the observer effect/uncertainty principle?
I assume that if a superposition could be read in its entirety or detected without collapsing the particle into an eigen-state, this could be used to send information FTL as by reading the particles probability wave, you can determine if it has been observed (collapsed) without doing so yourself.
If I have got anything wrong, please don't hesitate to correct me.