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Refutation of Bell's Inequality by the Zermelo-Fraenkel (ZF) Axiom of the Empty Set

Authors: Colin James III

Bell's inequality is in the form of P(A not B) + P(B not C) ≥ P(A not C. By applying the ZF axiom of the empty set, Bell’s inequality takes the form of P(A not B) + P(B not C) ≠ P(A not C). Neither equation is tautologous, with the latter relatively weaker as the negated truth table result of the former. Hence, Bell's inequality and the ZF axiom of the empty set are summarily refuted in tandem.

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