Quantum Physics


A Prediction Loophole in Bell's Theorem

Authors: John R. Dixon

We consider the Bell's Theorem setup of Gill et. al. (2002). We present a \proof of concept" that if the source emitting the particles can predict the settings of the detectors with sufficiently large probability, then there is a scenario consistent with local realism that violates the Bell inequality for the setup.

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[v1] 23 Mar 2011
[v2] 2 Apr 2011

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