You can think of Space as being built from Entanglement.
In it, the Crab Nebula is one great big collection of particles.
Quantum Entanglement suggests that information is exchanged faster than the speed of light between these particles. The idea was deemed impossible by Einstein in his Theory of Relativity but is now receiving much attention by quantum physicists. Even when the space between them is empty, quantum fields in the two regions are entangled with one another.
These ideas may even connect to other kinds of patterns and theories, chaos theory and fractals.
This image is a theoretical nebula with particles entangled yet separate.
See Nature 527, 290-293, November 19 2015.