I thought I posted this a couple of days ago, but I guess I forgot to hit post or something...
It is possible to travel faster than the speed of light, infinitely faster in fact, using entanglement.
As you may already know, entangled protons mirror each other's rotation, polarization, etc. If you reverse the spin of one particle, it's entangled counterpart will reverse itself as well, instantly
regardless of their distance apart from each other.
By utilizing this simple principle, it would be easy to build a binary data interpreter using counterclockwise and clockwise spin as 1 and 0, and transmit data between planets, even solar systems, instantly.
The most significant hurdle to building this super data transmitter is keeping the entangled particles stable. Right now we are only able to keep them stable for fractions of a second, but in time we will be able to keep them stable indefinitely.
The other problem is getting the receiver to wherever it needs to be. That would have to be done with whatever our most powerful propulsion technology is at the time, most likely a fraction of lightspeed at best.
But once it's there on location we could instantly transmit schematics and commands to fabricate shelter, air purifiers, even people if our fabricators are sophisticated enough, which I expect they will be in 20 years or so.
Thus a copy of a person could be transmitted across the stars and rebuilt on the other side, essentially allowing faster than light teleportation. There is still a question of what to do with the original. Well, I see no harm in copying people, as I don't believe in such superstitious nonsense as souls, but you could simply destroy the original as soon as it's been scanned. A combination scanner/incinerator for example. Of course if you do that then you run the risk of losing the person forever if there were any errors in the data transmission or fabrication, but hey, no form of transportation is 100% safe.
More about quantum entanglement here...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quantum_entanglement