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Feb23-07, 09:42 AM
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Quote Quote by JesseM View Post
Even so, I still don't see this as a counterexample to what Bell proved about the impossibility of local hidden variables explaining quantum results, ...

You are missing the big picture on this. It is not that wm is presenting a counterexample to Bell. wm is presenting an example of local realism, which Bell had already presented a counterexample to. You should be able to see that wm is simply replicating what Bell himself has already shown to be true: that looking at versions of local realism with A and B will work. But if you extend that same logic into a situation with A, B and C, it does NOT work. Don't let the derivation wm presents fool you, because it does not disprove Bell in any way.