We want to prove Bell's theorem using Fourier series expansion analysis. Comparing to already known algebraic methods, this is a new calculus-based model. Although the notation and procedure we use here is based on the Clauser-Home model, the corresponding Fourier series method can be simply applied to different versions of Bell's theorem..

A new variant of Bell's nonlocality proof was recently presented by H. Razmi [4]. We point out that Razmi's proof does not establish the same result as Bell's.

In 2016, Steve Gull has outlined has outlined a proof of Bell’s theorem using Fourier theory, and it just needs a third step: rewriting an expectation as the expectation of a conditional expectation given the hidden variables.Expand

I point out critical errors in the article “Dr. Bertlmann’s Socks in a Quaternionic World of Ambidextral Reality” by J. Christian, published in IEEE ACCESS, and suggest that a possible role for Geometric Algebra is still wide open and deserves further investigation.Expand

Vector Analysis. Curved Coordinates, Tensors. Determinants and Matrices. Group Theory. Infinite Series. Functions of a Complex Variable I. Functions of a Complex Variable II. Differential Equations.… Expand

There are also some more modern / exact experiments on correlations of linear polarizations of pairs of photons : A . Aspect , J . Dalibard , and G . Roger ,