Bell’s Theorem Tells Us Not What Quantum Mechanics Is , but What Quantum Mechanics Is Not

@article{ukowski2017BellsTT,
  title={Bell’s Theorem Tells Us Not What Quantum Mechanics Is , but What Quantum Mechanics Is Not},
  author={Marek Żukowski},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2017},
  pages={175-185}
}
  • M. Żukowski
  • Published 22 January 2015
  • Philosophy
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
Non-locality, or quantum-non-locality, are buzzwords in the community of quantum foundation and information scientists, which purportedly describe the implications of Bell’s theorem. When such phrases are treated seriously, that is it is claimed that Bell’s theorem reveals non-locality as an inherent trait of the quantum description of the micro-world, this leads to logical contradictions, which will be discussed here. In fact, Bell’s theorem, understood as violation of Bell inequalities by… 
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