lundi 25 janvier 2016

Violation of Bell's inequalities in a classical model with no action at a distance: it shows the limited usefulness of Bell's theorem

All physicists and philosophers interested by the quantum reality should read the paper «A classical model of EPR experiment with quantum mechanical correlations and Bell inequalities» published in Physics Letters A in 1984. It clearly shows the shortcomings and the arbitrary nature of the operational definition of locality given by Bell.

The article was written before Bell's theorem became well known and famous because of the media spin around «quantum teleportation». Its signification and importance seems to have been ignored or to have been overlooked. It seems to me it has the potential to bring back some common sense among the «quantum weirdness».

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