A Chart of Conversion Supporting EPR Paradox vs. Bell’s Inequalities Violation

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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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