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Jan16-09, 04:11 PM
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(This from an amateur testing his chops) I think your question comes down to, ďwhatís a clear argument I can make against hidden variables?Ē And if your protagonist is familiar with Bellís theorem, then he must have an argument for that. I canít imagine what that is since the matter seams to be settled. So maybe it has something to do with the locality of those hidden variables. So Iíll mention the Bohmian interpretation, which has advantages like many worlds in that it can simplify things. Itís considered to be a hidden variable interpretation but those variables are also non-local. The Bohmian interpretation is considered to be legitimate although itís still just an interpretation. There are other interpretations containing non-local hidden variables. (See Hidden variable theory)