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Why "noncommuting common causes" don't explain anything.

@article{Lazarovici2013WhyC,
  title={Why "noncommuting common causes" don't explain anything.},
  author={Dustin Lazarovici},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2013}
}
In my commentary, I will argue that the conclusions drawn in the paper Noncommutative causality in algebraic quantum field theory (and similar publications) by Gabor Hofer-Szaboo are incorrect. As proven by J.S. Bell, a local common causal explanation of correlations violating the Bell inequality is impossible. 
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