Quantum Physics


The Non-Local Nature of a Measurement

Authors: Kenneth R Krechmer

This short paper identifies that the concept of a local measurement is always violated by a necessary metrological process - calibration. J. S. Bell's formal development of the same violation demonstrates that the EPR paradox and related discontinuities may be resolved by including the calibration process in a measurement process, as formalized in Measurement, February 2018 "Relative Measurement Theory."

Comments: published in Results in Physics, Volume 12, March 2019, Pages 403-404

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