13. Johan Hansson, Bell’s theorem and its tests: Proof that nature is superdeterministic—Not random

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Volume 33: Pages 216-218, 2020

 

Bell’s theorem and its tests: Proof that nature is superdeterministic—Not random

 

Johan Hanssona)

 

Division of Physics, Luleå University of Technology, SE-971 87 Luleå, Sweden

 

By analyzing the same Bell experiment in different reference frames, we show that nature at its fundamental level is superdeterministic, not random, in contrast to what is indicated by orthodox quantum mechanics. Events—including the results of quantum mechanical measurements—in global space-time are fixed prior to measurement.

 

En analysant l'expérience de Bell dans d'autres cadres de référence, nous démontrons que la nature est super déterministe au niveau fondamental et non pas aléatoire, contrairement à ce que prédit la mécanique quantique. Des événements, incluant les résultats des mesures mécaniques quantiques, dans un espace-temps global sont fixés avant la mesure.

 

Key words: Quantum Nonlocality; Bell’s Theorem; Quantum Measurement.

 

Received: March 9, 2020; Accepted: May 7, 2020; Published Online: May 22, 2020

 

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