I believe I read that the Everett Many Worlds Interpretation resolves the apparent locality problems with entanglement (i.e. the necessity of a faster-than-light influence to explain the correlations between the behavior of entangled particles). If so I'm not sure how. MWI says that the universe splits every time two quana interact, right? So for the entangled photons A and B, each time the two photons are sent through polarizers the universe splits four ways (AB, ab, aB, Ab). The universe splits four ways each time the experiment is run (n times), for a total of 4^n universes after the entire experiment is over. Assuming the Bell Inequality is still violated, depending on the polarizer settings (say 22.5 and 45 degrees), we know that the number of occurrences of AB, and ab will be grossly disproportionate to Ab and aB. Meaning, somehow, in the act of splitting the universes, bias was given toward both particles either passing or failing. Does this still not imply the same locality issues as any single-world interpretation would?