Factorization in retrocausality: a response to O. Costa de Beauregard
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Costa de Beauregard's reformulation of joint probability, in connection with retrocausality, reveals a mathematical paradox independent of time-reversal. That paradox is intrinsic to Bell's theorem and has a physical manifestation in the Orsay experiments.
Key wordsretrocausality causality and independence Bell's theorem Orsay experiments
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