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Weird and wonderful things can happen when you set a ball in motion on a billiard table — and the theory of mathematical billiards has recently seen a breakthrough.

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"Either we accept that Einstein was wrong about light being a universal speed limit or we accept that spooky action at a distance is real"

Or you use the very standard many-worlds interpretation, which means there is no action happening, it is just that the world where the observer sees up spin on one particle is also the world where his far friend sees down spin, and visa versa.