JMP  Vol.5 No.14 , August 2014
And If Bell’s Inequality Were Not Violated
Author(s) Olivier Serret*

It briefly recalls the theory of Bell’s inequality and some experimental measures. Then measurements are processed on one hand according to a property of the wave function, on the other hand according to the sum definition. The results of such processed measures are apparently not the same, so Bell’s inequality would not be violated. It is a use of the wave function which implies the violation of the inequality, as it can be seen on the last flowcharts.

Cite this paper
Serret, O. (2014) And If Bell’s Inequality Were Not Violated. Journal of Modern Physics, 5, 1360-1369. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2014.514137.
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