# Interpretations of quantum theory: A map of madness

@article{Cabello2015InterpretationsOQ, title={Interpretations of quantum theory: A map of madness}, author={A. Cabello}, journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics}, year={2015} }

Motivated by some recent news, a journalist asks a group of physicists: "What's the meaning of the violation of Bell's inequality?" One physicist answers: "It means that non-locality is an established fact". Another says: "There is no non-locality; the message is that measurement outcomes are irreducibly random". A third one says: "It cannot be answered simply on purely physical grounds, the answer requires an act of metaphysical judgement". Puzzled by the answers, the journalist keeps asking… CONTINUE READING

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