07-24-2016, 11:42 AM

Here's what Karl Hess (*Einstein was Right!*) had to say about the claim that lambda can be "anything":

"I was now convinced that I had detected a falsehood in Tony's (Leggett) statement that lambda could be 'anything' and in addition be statistically independent of the polarizer settings. Lambda could not be identified with a time variable, because the measurement time was different for each term of the inequality, while Bell had the same lambda in each term. The measurement times obey an ordering, while Bell's lambdas exhibit randomness". (p. 48)

This is the difference between a complete time indexed theory, and an incomplete one that assumes randomness from the beginning.

"I was now convinced that I had detected a falsehood in Tony's (Leggett) statement that lambda could be 'anything' and in addition be statistically independent of the polarizer settings. Lambda could not be identified with a time variable, because the measurement time was different for each term of the inequality, while Bell had the same lambda in each term. The measurement times obey an ordering, while Bell's lambdas exhibit randomness". (p. 48)

This is the difference between a complete time indexed theory, and an incomplete one that assumes randomness from the beginning.