by **jtankersley** » Fri Nov 22, 2019 6:48 pm

After much effort the simulation at

https://codeserver.net/bell/2/ now appears to violate Bell's in-equalities using CHSH experiment.

Math is based on Karma Peny's presentation here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOtsEgbg1-sModes are:

Quantum (

simulated 'spooky action at a distance', random 50% detection)

Classic (

local hidden variables, cos²(θ) probability match, |cos(2θ)| probability detection)

Karma Peny (

local hidden variables, cos²(θ) simple match, |cos(2θ)| probability)

The Quantum mode is nothing special (

particles communicate), and achieves an almost perfect 2.8 CHSH score.

But the other 2 modes Classic and Karma Peny are special, the particles have "

local hidden variables" that do not communicate (

each detection knows only properties of 1 particle and 1 detector).

The Classic Model exceeds QM expected values at approximately 2.5.

The Karma Peny model actually far exceeds the QM expected 2.8 with values in the 3+ range.

Simulation at

https://codeserver.net/bell/2Code is available at

https://github.com/tankersley/bell
After much effort the simulation at [url]https://codeserver.net/bell/2/[/url] now appears to violate Bell's in-equalities using CHSH experiment.

Math is based on Karma Peny's presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOtsEgbg1-s

Modes are:

[b]Quantum[/b] ([i]simulated 'spooky action at a distance', random 50% detection[/i])

[b]Classic[/b] ([i]local hidden variables, cos²(θ) probability match, |cos(2θ)| probability detection[/i])

[b]Karma Peny[/b] ([i]local hidden variables, cos²(θ) simple match, |cos(2θ)| probability[/i])

The Quantum mode is nothing special ([i]particles communicate[/i]), and achieves an almost perfect 2.8 CHSH score.

But the other 2 modes Classic and Karma Peny are special, the particles have "[i]local hidden variables[/i]" that do not communicate ([i]each detection knows only properties of 1 particle and 1 detector[/i]).

The Classic Model exceeds QM expected values at approximately 2.5.

The Karma Peny model actually far exceeds the QM expected 2.8 with values in the 3+ range.

[img]https://codeserver.net/bell/images/bell_chsh_100.png[/img]

Simulation at https://codeserver.net/bell/2

Code is available at https://github.com/tankersley/bell