Where does non-locality come from in dBB? I've heard that when dealing with multiple particles, dBB is a non-local theory. The standard knowledge from studying Bell's inequalities is that any hidden-variable theory must be either non-local or non-realist. I'm ok with non-realist theories, but non-local theories weird me out when I'm trying to describe physics that I think should be completely local. So I'm wondering: What is dBB's description of a situation where non-locality shows up (I've heard that EPR is a good example)? In what sense is dBB "non-local"? Is there any way of interpreting non-locality in dBB as being due to local, but non-realist, effects? Links to articles would be appreciated in lieu of or in addition to explanations. --Sorry if this is answered clearly in another thread. I've been searching for the past few hours and haven't found a treatment of this.