from George Levy, 1 Jun 2001:
> A purely mechanical model no matter how complicated, including random
> variables, cannot replicate the results generated by Quantum mechanics +
> probability theory. This is exactly what Bell's inequality implies. In
> fact Bell proved his inequality using Quantum theory and probability.
> Therefore Juergens' erector (fr: meccano) set approach using pseudo-random
> generators, would definitely violate Bell's inequality theorem, and would
> not be phenomenally or experimentally equivalent to quantum mechanics.

I do not agree, of course.  Since you keep insisting on this, I suggest
you clearly write down all implicit assumptions and why exactly you
believe Bell's inequality is not compatible with pseudorandomness and
algorithmic TOEs.

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