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Many people interpret that as the complete absence of local hidden variables.

**Hidden variable theories**were espoused by some physicists who argued that the

__state__of a physical system, as formulated by

__quantum mechanics__, does not give a complete description for the system.

Entanglement entropy proves the presence of hidden variables in the 'correlation function'.

Entanglement entropy is a measurement of quantum states (2 dimensional info) in entanglement.

Doesn't this prove that Bell's theorem debunks only theories concerning local hidden variables?

Entanglement entropy shows there are local hidden variables.