Why is superdeterminism not the universally accepted explanation of nonlocality?
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Mar5-12, 07:49 PM
Yes they are. The orientation of an individual polarizer is a different measurement parameter than the angular difference between two polarizer orientations.
But when photon A encounters polarizer A there's no such thing as "angular difference between two polarizer orientations". A (photon or polarizer) has no knowledge of what is happening at B.