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Local origins of quantum correlations rooted in geometric algebra

@inproceedings{Christian2022LocalOO,
  title={Local origins of quantum correlations rooted in geometric algebra},
  author={Joy Christian},
  year={2022}
}
In previous publications I have proposed a geometrical framework underpinning the local, realistic, and deterministic origins of the strong quantum correlations observed in Nature, without resorting to superdeterminism, retrocausality, or other conspiracy loopholes usually employed to circumvent Bell’s argument against such a possibility. The geometricalframeworkI have proposedis based on a Clifford-algebraicinterplay between the quaternionic 3-sphere, or 𝑆 3 , which I have taken to model the… 
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