# Bell Correlations from Local Un-Entangled States of Light and Quantum Electro-Dynamics

@article{Sica2019BellCF, title={Bell Correlations from Local Un-Entangled States of Light and Quantum Electro-Dynamics}, author={Louis Sica}, journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics}, year={2019} }

Based on the Bell theorem, it has been believed that a theoretical computation of the Bell correlation requires explicit use of an entangled state. Such a physical superposition of light waves occurs in the downconverter light sources used in Bell experiments. However, a physical separation of the waves occurs when they propagate to spatially separated detectors. This suggests that it must be possible to compute the Bell correlation using local waves and source boundary conditions without…

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