When entangled photons are generated from a cascade of a Calciums' 6s level this inequality : n[y+z-] + n[x-y+] ≥ n[x-z-] is derived for what is equivalent to spin in photons. When the detectors at A and B are parallel the perfect anti correlations are due to conservation laws of angular momentum - a total spin of zero. When the inequality is dis proven with non parallel detector settings what happened to the conservation law ? Regarding Bells' inequality with electrons: When a sample is measured for 45° , 1/2 are found to be spin up. When a sample is measured for 90° , 1/2 are spin down. But when the sample that was measured for spin up at 45° is measured at 90° , only 15% are spin up. How can the possibility that the magnetic field in the detector alters electron spin be distinguished from QM forbidding knowledge of mutually non commuting observables when the inequality is dis proven ?