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Any Anomalies in Bell's Inequality Data?

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That last bit on the QM agreement/disagreement lies in the three views of QM. Is that Bell used objective local theory. However not all polarization angles agree with Bells. Rather support QM, this can be found by studying CHSH inequalities.

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On 16/05/2017 at 2:52 PM, TakenItSeriously said:
  • Were their any unexpected anomalies found in Bells Inequality test data aside from those predicted by QM?

 

On 10/08/2017 at 1:19 PM, Tim88 said:

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More on topic, I recall that I read somewhere that the results of some well known Bell type measurements do not agree well with the predictions of QM, but that this fact was overlooked in the first article on those experiments (sometimes one only sees what one is looking for). I will try to find that back.

I now found it back: https://arxiv.org/abs/1112.2629

In a nutshell, the authors conclude that the experimental data by Weihs et al are not in agreement with the predictions of QM:

"It is highly unlikely that quantum theory describes the data of the EPRB experiment that we have analyzed."

As it's apparently only in ARXIV, it's definitely a discussion item - up to TakenItSeriously if he's interested!

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