We (three students from the Netherlands) are working on a project on Bell's inequalities. We have studied the original EPR-paper from 1935, which states that quantum mechanics may well be an incomplete theory. Reactions on this paper. Von Neumann's completeness theorem. The Kochen Specker theorem.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

And lately the derivation of Bell's inequalities, (in both deterministic and indeterministic case).

Now we are wondering which explanations of the correlations that are found are still possible. Clearly no local hidden variables. But just saying: the universe is non-local, seems to be not very satisfying.

Hopefully there are some people here that would like to discuss this interesting subject with us.

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# Explaining EPR after Bell's inequalities

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