Can quantum entanglement be instantly possible across the whole universe?

Feb 2020
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Ohio
The quantum field doesn’t care about distance. It doesn't use the spatial dimensions of spacetime. Entanglement is a wave only activity. The particles are not real/physical until measured. The quantum field sees entanglement as a single entity. After measurement, they are not waves anymore. The wave has been split in two. This is why one gets the opposite spin as the other.