Quantum Physics

   

Bell was Simply Wrong

Authors: Edwin Eugene Klingman

Bell oversimplified his model based on confusing a provisional precession eigen­value equation with Dirac's fundamental helicity eigenvalue equation. I derive a local classical model based on energy-exchange physics that Bell intentionally suppressed and I show that Bell's constraints determine whether the model is local or non-local. The physical theory upon which the model is based can be tested experimentally; if valid, Bell's claims of non-locality will be proved wrong.

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