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Mr. Bas
06-11-2006, 16:24:02
These copycats are becoming nerdier and nerdier. Sorry for that. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell%27s_theorem)

On the other hand, the nonlocality of quantum physics actually is interesting. I think.

Funko
06-11-2006, 16:25:18
Thanks for making my thread seem less nerday.

mr_G
06-11-2006, 16:27:25
today NERDAY

Mr. Bas
06-11-2006, 16:33:04
I'm doing what I can.

self biased
07-11-2006, 04:27:36
summary?

MoSe
07-11-2006, 08:50:26
...It is notable for showing that the predictions of quantum mechanics differ from those of intuition. It is simple and elegant, and touches upon fundamental philosophical issues that relate to modern physics.
...This theorem has even been called "the most profound in science"
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Bell test experiments to date overwhelmingly show ... empirical evidence against local realism and demonstrates that some of the "spooky action at a distance" ... do in fact occur.


I understood nothing, but it's very exciting and compelling indeed