I'm proposing this new thread as a valid PF-QP contribution; one complying with the relevant rules as I understand them; and the gist of which will be as shown below. However, I would first like to locate a missing draft, as follows: Title: Bell's theorem refuted via* Harrison's (2006) inequality? http://www.upscale.utoronto.ca/PVB/Harrison/BellsTheorem/BellsTheorem.html. With the above title and commencement, I had Draft 0.1 in preparation on the PF site when the original thread was closed. The draft was to be presented for critique on that thread to ensure that I had correctly interpreted Harrison's work. In the interests of fair-play, the draft included the Credo: I could be wrong; just show me where: Because, though the subject theory has been peer-reviewed and published, it is not widely accepted. The draft had an abstract, introduction, and analysis of a wholly classical experiment which challenged one of Harrison's (2006) assumptions. In so far as I am aware, the draft complied with the relevant PF rules. Much time had been given to making it succinct yet complete. In that that draft went missing as the thread was being closed, is it possible to somehow recover it? PS: I dislike rehashing old material. And the above history is given to show that there was nothing offensive in the draft. Thanks. * via = through, by way of, by means of, with the aid of, by virtue of. That is, in refuting Harrison's inequality (= Bell's inequality, per Harrison's text), we refute the associated Bell theorem.