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My questions are:

- Based on the results of the experimental investigation of Bell's theorem and violation of the Bell's inequality, locality in tandem with reality is not applicable to quantum systems (no theory of local realistic hidden variables is possible);

- Based on the results of the experimental investigation of violation of Leggett inequality (here and here), realism is not applicable to quantum systems (
:quantum realismnotion that physical systems possess complete sets of definite values for various parameters prior to, and independent of, measurement);

- Based on the results of the experimental investigation of violation of Leggett–Garg inequality (here), macroscopic realism is no longer acceptable.

- I think that the violation of Bell's theorem is generally accepted in scientific community, what about the consensus on violation of Leggett inequality and Leggett–Garg inequality?

- The result of violation of Leggett inequality (no quantum realism) is the endorsement of Copenhagen Interpretation (for this specific case)?

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# A Implications of violation of Leggett–Garg inequality

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