Quantum Physics


Bell's Theorem Refuted for Stem Students

Authors: Gordon Watson

Bringing an elementary knowledge of vectors to Bell (1964), we amend Bell's inequality, reveal his mistake, refute his theorem: all in the hope of helping STEM students study one of the most famous—and strangest—works in the history of physics. For who else but Bell uses flawed approximations of unnecessary experiments to invalidate the flawed use of a fact: and then rejects that fact? Here begins a precautionary tale from a creative life in STEM.

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[v1] 2017-11-07 19:20:26
[v2] 2017-11-16 18:38:56

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