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About the description of physical reality of Bell's experiment

  title={About the description of physical reality of Bell's experiment},
  author={Alejandro Andr{\'e}s Hnilo},
  • A. Hnilo
  • Published 6 September 2021
  • Physics
A hidden variables model complying with the simplest form of Local Realism was recently introduced, which reproduces Quantum Mechanics’ predictions for an even ideally perfect Bell’s experiment. This is possible thanks to the use of a non-Boolean vector hidden variable. Yet, that model is as far as Quantum Mechanics from the goal of providing a complete description of physical reality in the EPR-sense. Such complete description includes the capacity to calculate, from the values taken by the… Expand
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