It seems rather dubious to come to any conclusion of Bell's Theorem regarding Non-Locality without a complete description of quantum spacetime. The fundamental tenet of Non-Locality is that 'distant' physically isolated systems are correlated. However, distance is only well-defined in terms of a Metric Space. I argue that if we do not have a complete description of quantum spacetime then we do not have a suitable metric space to come to the conclusion that these physical systems are indeed 'distant'. This necessitates that quantum spacetime must have more structure than Minkowski spacetime. The apparent paradox associate with Bell's Theorems emerges from the implicit assumptions of the underlying topology of spacetime. Indeed it is possible that the correlation of these physical systems is fundamentally dictated by a much more rich topology on the planck scale.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Incompleteness of Bell's Theorems

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