The first Spooky system used quantum entanglement. In quantum physics, an astonishing phenomenon occurs when you split one particle from a discrete system, like an atom, then move it to a distant location – both system and particle behave as if they're still connected to each other.
When two particles are entangled, they are so intimately bound that they share one quantum state. The information of one particle is mirrored in the other.
Albert Einstein called quantum entanglement—the ability of separated objects to share a condition or state—as “spooky action at a distance.”
Quantum entanglement has been demonstrated experimentally with photons, neutrinos, electrons, molecules as large as buckyballs, and even small diamonds. On 13 July 2019, scientists from the University of Glasgow reported taking the first ever photo of a strong form of quantum entanglement known as Bell entanglement. The utilization of entanglement in communication and computation is a very active area of research.
That's why we are called Spooky2.