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A Loophole of All ‘Loophole-Free’ Bell-Type Theorems

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Bell’s theorem cannot be proved if complementary measurements have to be represented by random variables which cannot be added or multiplied. One such case occurs if their domains are not identical. The case more directly related to the Einstein–Rosen–Podolsky argument occurs if there exists an ‘element of reality’ but nevertheless addition of complementary results is impossible because they are represented by elements from different arithmetics. A naive mixing of arithmetics leads to contradictions at a much more elementary level than the Clauser–Horne–Shimony–Holt inequality.
Tijdschrift: Foundations of Science
ISSN: 1233-1821
Issue: 4
Volume: 25
Pagina's: 971-985
Jaar van publicatie:2020