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I have read about Bell's Theorem in a couple of popular science books, namely 'Quantum Reality' by Nick Herbert and the recent book by John Gribbin.

However, I am still struggling to understand the overall idea.

Could anyone explain the concept? Is it taught at university at all?

Many thanks

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# Bell's Theorem, non-locality

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