Bell ’ s theorem , quantum mechanical nonlocality and atomic cascade photons

Abstract

Bell’s theorem of 1965 is a proof that all realistic interpretations of quantum mechanics must be non-local. Bell’s theorem consists of two parts: first a correlation inequality is derived that must be satisfied by all local realistic theories; second it is demonstrated that quantum mechanical probabilities violate this inequality in certain cases. In the… (More)

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