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Bell's theorem - for or against Hidden Variables?
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You're talking in circles, Richard. The purpose of EPR is to show quantum mechanics incomplete. Now you're saying that the incompleteness of quantum mechanics (in a loophole-free experiment that has not been shown to exist) validates it.

Are you ready to admit that Bell-Aspect proves only what it assumes a priori?

(edit) If that seems terse, let me put it another way: the limit as h-bar -> 0, is a statistical limit based on the highest probable trajectory of a particle. Because the theory discards the time parameter, measurement of particle position at a later time is predicted to differ within a limit of uncertainty. What is the maximum bound of uncertainty for the microscale? What is the maximum bound of uncertainty for the cosmic scale?

How can a complete theory assume both that h-bar approaches zero without reaching it, and h-bar approaches infinity at the same time? Try to answer without ad hoc assumptions. Can h-bar be degenerate in a consistent quantum theory?
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RE: Bell's theorem - for or against Hidden Variables? - by Thomas Ray - 07-15-2016, 03:07 PM

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