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Some Information On Particles Needed

Setting: A space-opera-esque future.

Research: I Googled "Particles + move when you move one + twin".

I was thinking about ways of having characters communicate across space without resorting to "hyperspace" or "subspace channels"; basically, aural communications other than radio. Then I remembered that I once heard of these particles that were like twins: if one moved, the other would move in the same direction, even if they were far, far apart.

Did I just make those up by myself, or are they real particles? Can anyone tell me?
Tags: ~science: physics
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