Researchers have come across an odd phenomenon while studying the properties of quantum physics. Again and again experiments have shown that two linked particles seem to be entangled and what happens to one happens to the other. What can possibly tie the two particles together that they violate all the rules and just ignore distance and—more importantly—time? Perhaps the answer has arrived—in the nick of time—from two physicists unraveling the weird state of entanglement. Their solution, if testable, may accomplish more than solving a thought problem. It might provide the path towards crunching information in quantum computers and reveal a bit more of how the multiverse all fits together.