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Hello,

I don't understand Bell's Inequality and Bell's theorem in general. Someone want to help me?

I don't understand Bell's Inequality and Bell's theorem in general. Someone want to help me?

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Hello,

I don't understand Bell's Inequality and Bell's theorem in general. Someone want to help me?

I don't understand Bell's Inequality and Bell's theorem in general. Someone want to help me?

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Hi,

see for example here:

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=82446

and here (my post #10):

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?p=731805#post731805

A good paper is "The mystery of the quantum cakes" by Kwiat and Hardy,

you can download it here:

http://hexagon.physics.wisc.edu/teaching/2006f_ph448/ph448home.htm [Broken]

Below the link to "the quantum cakes" paper is another one by Laloe,

which also contains something about Bell's theorem.

see for example here:

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=82446

and here (my post #10):

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?p=731805#post731805

A good paper is "The mystery of the quantum cakes" by Kwiat and Hardy,

you can download it here:

http://hexagon.physics.wisc.edu/teaching/2006f_ph448/ph448home.htm [Broken]

Below the link to "the quantum cakes" paper is another one by Laloe,

which also contains something about Bell's theorem.

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I have tried to write a Homer Simpson's guide to Bell's Inequality at:

http://www.ronsit.co.uk/weird_at_Heart.asp [Broken]

D'oh.........

http://www.ronsit.co.uk/weird_at_Heart.asp [Broken]

D'oh.........

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vanesch

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Hello,

I don't understand Bell's Inequality and Bell's theorem in general. Someone want to help me?

If you really want to know, try to get your hands on the little book "speakable and unspeakable in quantum mechanics" by Bell himself.

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“QM goes against Einstein's ideas of

“

Quotes from guide at site:

D'oh is rightI have tried to write a Homer Simpson's guide to Bell's Inequality ........

D'oh.........

Einstein did not promote “

He was unconcerned with how the multiple values of multiple particles might randomly interact to create a pair of photons out of one photon for example. What he was concerned about was when the pair are created it happens in a “local space” with “local and realistic” values of various attributes or variables assignable to each of the two newly created photons. He wished to find “

Thus:

This 'Homer' description of “

I stoped reading after finding these two:

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Hello,

I don't understand Bell's Inequality and Bell's theorem in general. Someone want to help me?

I would humbly point you to one of my own pages: Bell's Theorem: An Overview with Lotsa Links

I give a short background and history, and there are links (flip down to the bottom of the page) to all kinds of more detailed sites - from beginner to expert. From these sites, you can learn the state of the art in Bell's Theorem, entanglement, and experimental tests of all variety of setups. There are at least 30 links, which will in turn take you everywhere you would care to go.

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