Originally Posted by gyldenlove
2 quick physics notes on that.
1. It has not been proven yet that entanglement does break non-locality given that the entangled particles have been able to exchange information about their states when they were created.
2. The speed of light is not relative to an observer but is identical for any reference frame, this is due to time dilation and length contraction.
Good points. Also, would gandalf really beat Harry potter in a wizard duel?