RE: [Fis] Bell\'s inequality: Can we find its classical analogue?Classical and Quantum waves

2006-06-05 Thread Loet Leydesdorff
One decisive difficulty with the quantum world is with its limited linguistic accessibility. If one dares to say something definite about the Q world in third person description in the present tense, this would come to imply something definite, whenever and wherever. This form of

Re: [Fis] Bell\\\'s inequality: Can we find its classical analogue? Classical and Quantum waves

2006-06-05 Thread John Collier
Professor John Collier Philosophy, University of KwaZulu-Natal Durban 4041 South Africa T: +27 (31) 260 3248 / 260 2292 F: +27 (31) 260 3031 email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Http://ukzn.ac.za/undphil/collier Andrei Khrennikov [EMAIL PROTECTED] 06/05/06 2:54 PM Dear John, On a somewhat different

Re: [Fis] Bell\'s inequality: Can we find its classical analogue? Classical and Quantum waves

2006-06-04 Thread Koichiro Matsuno
Folks, Pedro's question The physical existentiality of physical laws themselves looks intriguing ---where do they seat? is neither naive nor trivial, though sounds quite disturbing to many. My story is this. Most people seems to accept the Greek tradition of Euclidean geometry to some

[Fis] Bell\'s inequality: Can we find its classical analogue? Classical and Quantum waves

2006-05-27 Thread Andrei Khrennikov
Dear Aleks, On one hand I like very much your example and discussion, but on the other hand I do not think that your example can be used to illustrate the situation with BellĀ“s inequality. Aleks: Bell\'s formulation implies that the hidden variable is independent of the configuration of