The Fallacy of the Arguments Against Local Realism in Quantum Phenomena
The arguments refuting local realistic theories, including those invoking Bell inequalities, are all based on a tacit, preconceived, already quantized (and as it turns out inadmissible) notion of what constitutes a “single event.” More appropriate models of single events with internal, classical (hidden) parameters reproduce all the quantum correlations after averaging.
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