# A Modest View of Bell's Theorem

@article{Boughn2016AMV, title={A Modest View of Bell's Theorem}, author={S. Boughn}, journal={arXiv: History and Philosophy of Physics}, year={2016} }

In the 80 years since the seminal Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen (EPR) paper, physicists and philosophers have mused about the `spooky action at a distance' aspect of quantum mechanics that so bothered Einstein. In his formal analysis of EPR-type entangled quantum states, Bell (1964) concluded that any hidden variable theory designed to reproduce the predictions of quantum mechanics must necessarily be nonlocal and allow superluminal interactions. This doesn't immediately imply that nonlocality… CONTINUE READING

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