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completing the good Frank answer : Bell designed an experiment that cuts between forecasts of Einstein and Bohr. In a particular situation, Bohr's theory provides a result that other theories could not foresee. Technically, Bohr theory predicts $cosĀ²(angle1-angle2)$ correlations where other theories could not expect better than a line sloping at 0.5. ...


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It all goes back to EPR experiment. In a paper published by Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen the authors argued that quantum mechanics is "incomplete". They argued that principles (such as the principle of locality) needed to be restored in order for it be a complete theory. The problem is, ultimately quantum theory is a "nonlocal" theory. What this means is ...



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