why is superdeterminism not the universally accepted explanation of nonlocality?
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Feb23-12, 05:25 PM
why is 2 even necessary
Because if you do not include 2 then your deterministic theory will contradict the results of Bell test experiments.
and initial conditions should have interacted at some point correct?
i dont see any problem with nonlocality because it can never beat c to the finish
Yes, no one is suggesting that nonlocality is a problem for superdeterminism.