it does seem that there is a faster than light signalling with quantum entanglement issues, but that it cannot transfer any signal other than the basics used to determine a static outcome. Is this because no information can be "added on" to the basic mathematics that determines what is only allowed to happen in normal nature? Could it be possible to artificially "add on" signalling by building unique entangled structures that have a greater bandwidth?
With a single particle, entanglement of course plays no role at all. Which is what Zeilinger says:
But Zeilinger uses it in his argumentation for his view. Look how he is doing it:
Zeilinger discusses 5 ways out after the confirmation that QM violates the Bell inequalities.
Deny counterfactual definiteness
Accept actions to the past
He more or less discards 3 4, and 5 rather briskly. Of loca