A classical challenge to Bell's Theorem?
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Mar27-12, 09:16 AM
1. Does that mean I don't get a 100?
2. Traditional CHSH upper limit is always 2. The candidate local realistic estimate is not a factor, as it is model dependent.
3. I don't know what you are referring to. [...gently prodding us forward as I suspect there is a point just around the corner...]
1. I think Gordon wants to see your equations for A(a,x) and B(b,x) for the scenario he described and show how you arrived at E(AB) = .25 + .5(cos^2(a-b)) from those equations.
3. (a, b, c, d) are the 4 angles for the CHSH experiment I understand.