In the EPR scenario the correlation results are explained with the conservation laws of classical mechanics as applied to spin. The Bell type inequalities are derived on expected spin values.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

But the violations of these inequalities are then explained with QM: That simultaneous knowledge of mutually non commuting observables is forbidden, collapse of wave function , non locality ...

If there were a more complete understanding of conservation of momentum as applied to the physics of spin with non- parallel detector settings could violations of the inequalities be explained classically ?

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# Is Conservation of Momentum Overlooked in Bells Inequality Violations

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