Violations of Locality Beyond Bell's Theorem
Zeng-Bing Chen, Sixia Yu, Yong-De Zhang
(Submitted on 20 Jul 2003)
"Locality and realism are two main assumptions in deriving Bell's
inequalities. Though the experimentally demonstrated violations of
Bell's inequalities rule out local realism, it is, however, not clear
what role each of the two assumptions solely plays in the observed
violations. Here we show that two testable inequalities for the
statistical predictions of two-qubit systems can be derived by assuming
either locality or realism. It turns out that quantum mechanics respects
a nonlocal classical realism, and it is locality that is incompatible
with experimental observations and quantum mechanics."
Please think hard about what a "nonlocal classical realism" might mean.
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