# Non-Boolean Hidden Variables model reproduces Quantum Mechanics' predictions for Bell's experiment

@article{Hnilo2020NonBooleanHV, title={Non-Boolean Hidden Variables model reproduces Quantum Mechanics' predictions for Bell's experiment}, author={Alejandro Andr{\'e}s Hnilo}, journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics}, year={2020} }

Bell's inequalities are equivalent to the conditions G.Boole formulated to determine the completeness of a theory. This formulation was based on intuitive, "Boolean" logic. A counterfactual definite and local hidden variables model is presented, which reproduces Quantum Mechanics' predictions for an even ideally perfect Bell's experiment (hence, it violates Bell's inequalities). This is possible thanks to a vector hidden variable and a corresponding operation (projection), which do not hold to… CONTINUE READING

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