I am not sure if I am allowed to ask this, but here's my shot: I find all the explanations of Bell's theorem summed up here, very different in interpretation and also (for me) incomprehensible. I have these simple questions: How does the Bell inequality, stated as N(A, not B) + N(B, not C) ≥ N(A, not C), relate to the position of the detectors? Do A, B and C represent binary values or invertable continuous values? (What do they mean??) What is the most comprehensible source discussing Bell's inequality making use of this formula? (I fully understand the formula itself, but not its significance) Put differently: in a Venn-diagram, what do A, B and C represent? Thanks.