Stern-Gerlach for Spin 1 Particles

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https://www.sciencenews.org/node/20378

Y'all might find this interesting. John Conway and Simon Kochen's 1-0-1 theorem.

I have no questions. Sorry.
 

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I don't see what is new. The 33 axes look like a simpler version of Bell's inequality, fine, but they used standard quantum mechanics only. We know several interpretations of quantum mechanics and we know all of them lead to the same predictions (and some of them are deterministic) - you cannot rule out interpretations with thought-experiments within standard quantum mechanics.

The fact that free will is an illusion (for reasonable definitions of "free will") is not new either.
 

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