# Quantum non-locality—it ainʼt necessarily so...

@article{Zukowski2014QuantumNA, title={Quantum non-locality—it ainʼt necessarily so...}, author={M. Zukowski and C. Brukner}, journal={Journal of Physics A}, year={2014}, volume={47}, pages={424009} }

Bellʼs theorem is 50 years old. There still remains a controversy about its implications. Much of this controversy has its roots in confusion regarding the premises from which the theorem can be derived. Some claim that a derivation of Bellʼs inequalities requires just a locality assumption and nothing more. Violations of the inequalities are then interpreted as a 'non-locality' or 'quantum non-locality'. We show that such claims are unfounded and that every derivation of Bellʼs inequalities… Expand

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