# Is Superposition the Explanation for Bell Inequality Violations ?

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This form of a Bell inequality: n[x-y+] + n[y-z-] ≥ n[x+z+] is derived from spin measurements
at A and B when detector settings are aligned. If it is correct that when a particle is measured
at detector A and is spin up in the y direction , then its entangled twin at B is in superposition, spin up-spin down in the x and z direction. Then , if so, is the realism assumption in the above inequality invalidated when detectors are not aligned ?