Don't worry fellas. I got this. I saved my Powerbook 5300c from years back. When they come, I'll be ready.
Thanks for the response. This is just a crazy idea I came up with on my own. I was reading The Dancing Wi Lu Masters and got my first brain bending taste of entanglement. At the same time I saw a documentary describing how no information could every travel beyond the event horizon of a black hole. For years the idea has nagged at me and I've asked quite a few physicist why it would not work and have never got an answer that satisfied. But that's probably due more to my stupidity than anything. But even taking spin out of the scenario, can't other things happen to the entangled particle other than a change in spin that we might be able to observe?
I don't think so. Entanglement. One particle goes through the event horizon. We stay on this side and observe what happens to the other. Some say the energy of the black hole breaks the entanglement. But how will we know till we try it?
C'est magnifique, mais ce n'est pas l'Informatique. -- Bosquet [on seeing the IBM 4341]