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A detailed explication of Edwin Jaynes’ criticism of Bell’s deviation of his renowned inequality is presented. The exact consequence of an incorrect symbolic rendition for a conditional probability for the derivation is illustrated. Additionally, a data-point by data-point simulation of an optical test intended to exploit a Bell Inequality for demonstrating the inevitability of either irreality or nonlocality is described. This simulation shows in detail that only non correlated signal pairs do not violate the chosen form of a Bell Inequality, contrary to the intended hypothetical input into Bell’s derivation. Finally, attention is drawn to the fact that, von Neumann’s -Projection Hypothesis- is the basic conception behind nonlocality in quantum theory.


Entanglement, Nonlocality, Irreality, Bell Inequality, Quantum Theory, Projection Hypothesis

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Kracklauer, A. F. 2017 Entanglement vs. Correlation in Quantum Theory. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 5, 1035-1043. doi: 10.4236-jamp.2017.55091.

Author: Aloysius F. Kracklauer

Source: http://www.scirp.org/


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