Does the state of quantum entanglement negate the effect of time ?

Is it a violation of the rules of relativity if the behaviour of two particles contradicts the idea of time?

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The influence of time cannot exist in the event of interaction between two particles (regardless of the distance between the two particles).

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A particle, on the other hand, is a particle-wave duality in which both particle and wave activity may be seen.

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We should explore wave behaviour in the same way that we may verify the status of quantum entanglement in particle activity.

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If quantum entanglement between two particles rejects the idea of time, then quantum entanglement between two waves must accept the concept of time.

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If particle-wave duality reacts differently to the time effect, we must be on the verge of time travel.

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The quantum entanglement state of the particle, as well as the entanglement state of the two waves, must be verified.

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And if the state of quantum entanglement between two particles and quantum entanglement of waves is the same, the theory of relativity must be considered.

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If the quantum entanglement of a wave differs from the quantum entanglement of a particle, then the theory of relativity is surely compatible. Gravity can be perceived as waves in this case.

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To understand the behaviour of waves in quantum entanglement, the state of quantum entanglement in a particle-wave duality must be studied at several levels.

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I'm not sure how rational my statements are, but I believe that in a particle wave duality, the state of entanglement must be different.

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