i found the following proof of Bell's theorem :(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

we measure spin in 3 different directions a b c we can note the counting of events

N1=n(a+,b+,c+)

N2. + + -

N3. + - +

N4. + - -

N5. - + +

N6. - + -

N7. - - +

We have N3+n4<=n7+n3+n4+n2

With n3+n4=p(+a,-b)

N7+n3=p(-b,+c)

N4+n2=p(+a,-c)

It is violated by quantum mechanics but i don't see where the hypothesis of locality and reality comes into play.

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# Bell theorem without hypotheses?

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