Bell's view of breakdown of local causality
You can read this point of view in a paper by T. Norsen Local causality and completeness: Bell vs. Jarrett
http://arxiv.org/pdf/0808.2178.pdf
Hi Actually saying Bell's theorem rules out local hidden variables is today's take. Bell viewed the violation of his inequalities as a failure of local causality of Special Relativity.
To me your question is just this: as b and c get close, then the difference b-c will take all sorts of small...
Bell used the term beables (properties of a system that are not observed). In EM theory, E and H are beables but not the scalar and vector potential because of gauge invariance. However the introduction of spinors to me hold the key to realism, and locality.
Maybe some can help or comment...
I am surprised by your hostility. I am not asking you to review my model for mistakes, just have an open mind to new ideas. I can assure you that I am fully versed in Bell's work and, like quite a few others, believe that Bell's theorem is incorrect. After all Bell showed that von Neumann was...
As a scientist we question, especially things that do not make sense. What I said is completely backed up by objective reasoning.
I have simulated the EPR correlations, one coincidence at a time and these agree completely with experiment and quantum mechanics. The model is both local and...
In the EPR paradox, using a singlet state, the quantum result is calculated easily after an undergrad course in quantum. Using the singlet state, the correlation between two spins as they encounter filters oriented along vector a and b is <sigma(a)sigma(b)> = -a.b
Now this -a.b is...