...albeit between two quantum entangled particles, the following has been proven:
"The results from the new experiment confirm one of the wildest predictions of quantum mechanics: that a pair of "entangled" particles, once measured, can somehow instantly communicate with each other so that their states always match."
No matter how far apart? How about 310 miles apart? The implications are amazing. So if we can ever travel great distances faster than the speed of light, can this phenomenon be used somehow to communicate instantaneously across great distances?