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What are the “loopholes” in past Bell's theorem experiments?
I am intrigued by the following Phys.org article: Researchers began using photons in 1980s to test Bell's theory and determine if Einstein's reasoning is right or wrong. Since then, researchers ...
Feb 2 '13 at 13:22
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