A Chart of Conversion Supporting EPR Paradox vs. Bell’s Inequalities Violation
Olivier Serret
Cugnaux, France.
DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2015.613201   PDF   HTML   XML   3,678 Downloads   4,944 Views  


Quantum Mechanics formalism remains difficult to understand and sometimes is confusing, especially in the explanation of ERP paradox and of Bell’s inequalities with entanglement photons. So a chart of conversion, in which elements are named differently, is proposed. Next, experiment about Bell’s inequalities violation is described in another way, and we hope a clearer one. Main result is Bell’s inequalities would not be violated! The explanation would come from confusion between the definition of the correlation function S1, and a property S2. And consequently, Einstein, Podolski and Rosen would be right on the local “hidden” variable.

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Serret, O. (2015) A Chart of Conversion Supporting EPR Paradox vs. Bell’s Inequalities Violation. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1950-1960. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.613201.

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