Reply to “Comment on ‘Dr. Bertlmann’s Socks in a Quaternionic World of Ambidextral Reality”’

@article{Christian2021ReplyT,
  title={Reply to “Comment on ‘Dr. Bertlmann’s Socks in a Quaternionic World of Ambidextral Reality”’},
  author={Joy Christian},
  journal={IEEE Access},
  year={2021},
  volume={9},
  pages={72161-72171}
}
In this paper, I respond to a critique of one of my papers previously published in this journal, entitled ‘Dr. Bertlmann’s socks in a quaternionic world of ambidextral reality.’ The geometrical framework presented in my paper is based on a quaternionic 3-sphere, or $S^{3}$ , taken as a model of the physical space in which we are inescapably confined to perform all our experiments. The framework intrinsically circumvents Bell’s theorem by reproducing the singlet correlations local-realistically… 

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  • R. Gill
  • Philosophy
    Royal Society Open Science
  • 2022
I point out fundamental mathematical errors in the recent paper published in this journal ‘Quantum correlations are weaved by the spinors of the Euclidean primitives’ by Joy Christian.

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Comment on “Dr. Bertlmann’s Socks in a Quaternionic World of Ambidextral Reality”
TLDR
I point out critical errors in the article “Dr. Bertlmann’s Socks in a Quaternionic World of Ambidextral Reality” by J. Christian, published in IEEE ACCESS, and suggest that a possible role for Geometric Algebra is still wide open and deserves further investigation.
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This pedagogical paper considers how singlet correlations between a pair of entangled fermions can be understood as classically as those between Dr. Bertlmann’s colorful socks within a toy model and a real world of three-dimensional quaternionic sphere.
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