Quantum Entanglement seems to be an established idea and has many aspects that need to be investigated. One of these involves simultaneous time. If two particles are created that are entangled then they should exhibit the characteristic of being ‘out of time.’

The experiment is creating and storing entangled particles, moving them apart, one, the activator being out of earth’s atmosphere and gravitational field and the other within it. Keeping them part for a length of time, then returning them to close proximity. An atomic clock would keep the local time of each separate unit.

This should cause an activation distance as one particle will be out of sync in its time frame than the other. So when the state of the second activator particle is changed the first particle will change state in recorded time before it.

My guess is that the particles so changed in time frames then returned will probably lose entanglement as they will probably be shifted in their synchronous time segments. Otherwise you would have an aspect that a set of particles could be used to transmit information back into the past, the particle that is taken out of gravity running at a faster time than one within it.

This would mean that it could be possible to accelerate a particle in a craft of some form at very high velocities, return the particle and use it as a conduit into the recent past.

The plan would be two entangled particles, on a day out of sequence with the other. Imagine the result if used on a national lottery where the sequence of numbers was encoded into the previous day.

The opposite would be the particles still operating simultaneously wherever they are and still having the same sequence and action when returned. This would suggest their ‘fixed’ nature in time, having produced in the same ‘digital?’ moment, the law of uniqueness preserving their time position.

Experiment for calculating universal absolute velocity and line of original source of the big bang expansion.

14 Atomic clocks sent out at constant known velocity using Newtonian movement. Use one way light pulses to monitor differences in time The syncronised atomic lock on earth minus the gravity component would be the base level. Alternatively and/or choose a point in neutral space and start from there to do similar for comparison, but that would need a total of 30 atomic locks and craft.