On Tue, Jan 7, 2014 at 11:37 AM, Bruno Marchal <marc...@ulb.ac.be> wrote:
> >>> Bell derived his inequality assuming QM with collapse
> >> No he did not, Bell makes no such assumption or interpretation, in fact
> not one word about Quantum Mechanics is needed in his entire derivation.
> None zero zilch goose egg. And that is why even if Quantum Mechanics turns
> out to be wrong and is succeeded with a newer and better theory it would
> still be true that if things are realistic and local then Bell's inequality
> can NEVER BE VIOLATED, provided that high school algebra and trigonometry
> are valid.
> > Yes, you are correct on this.
> > But Bell shows also that QM-*with*-collapse violates the inequality.
I don't know what you mean by that and I thought you were a fan of MWI but
here you seem to be arguing against it because in Many Worlds the wave
function does NOT collapse but Bell's inequality IS violated.
John K Clark
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