Louis Vervoort

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Usually the ‘hidden variables’ of Bell’s theorem are supposed to describe the pair of Bell particles. Here a semantic shift is proposed, namely to attach the hidden variables to a stochastic medium or field in which the particles move. It appears that under certain conditions one of the premises of Bell’s theorem, namely ‘measurement independence’, is not(More)
For all Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen-type experiments on deterministic systems the Bell inequality holds, unless non-local interactions exist between certain parts of the setup. Here we show that in nonlinear systems the Bell inequality can be violated by non-local effects that are arbitrarily weak. Then we show that the quantum result of the existing(More)
We present realistic physical systems in which the Bell inequality can be strongly violated, even if they are local and classical (the violation can be stronger than in the case of the singlet state). The essential characteristic of these systems is that they exhibit full pairwise correlation between all system variables. The origin of the violation of the(More)
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