No information transfer channel appears to be involved...unfortunately.
John Stuart Bell proved such superluminal communication was not possible.
No information transfer channel appears to be involved.
The information channel doesn't exist as a wire or cable or energy transfer across the ether. It appears as though the particular (pun) atom of Be is supposed to spin in a particular way, along with ALL its brethren in this universe. If ANY atom of Be is forced to be different from the others, in any way, the others follow (instantaneously) suit to keep the family together, like they were all permanently connected. One atom in a device in a lab (or communications center) is changed or modulated in such a way as to convey a message. Digital 1's and 0's can be represented as, say, CW and CCW spin. Another atom of the same element, in another place, next door, down the street, across the continent, on the moon or another star system, is monitored for it's direction of spin and decifered. The message is sent and received. Instantaneous communications faster than the speed of light. It doesn't break the rules of Einstein's universe, because there is no travel involved, and hence no time. It's outside the realm of normal light physics, so the rules are different. This is thinking outside the box of Einstein's rules. He was correct, nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. And I do mean nothing.............