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Simple refutation of Joy Christian's simple refutation of Bell's simple theorem

@article{Gill2012SimpleRO,
  title={Simple refutation of Joy Christian's simple refutation of Bell's simple theorem},
  author={Richard David Gill},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2012}
}
  • R. Gill
  • Published 7 March 2012
  • Physics, Mathematics
  • arXiv: Quantum Physics
I point out a simple algebraic error in Joy Christian's refutation of Bell's theorem. In substituting the result of multiplying some derived bivectors with one another by consultation of their multiplication table, he confuses the generic vectors which he used to define the table, with other specific vectors having a special role in the paper, which had been introduced earlier. The result should be expressed in terms of the derived bivectors which indeed do follow this multiplication table… 
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