Clear local realism advances Bell's ideas, demystifies QM

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Clear local realism advances Bell's ideas, demystifies QM

Postby Gordon Watson » Thu Jun 29, 2017 1:59 pm

Clear local realism advances Bell's ideas, demystifies QM, etc. http://vixra.org/pdf/1706.0511v1.pdf

The above draft will benefit for serious questions, feedback, critiques , +++ : especially in the context of Joy Christian's disproof of Bell's theorem.

With best regards; Gordon

PS: Mikko has already kicked off discussion at http://vixra.org/abs/1706.0511#comment-3391460531. I prefer the facilities here!
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Re: Clear local realism advances Bell's ideas, demystifies Q

Postby Gordon Watson » Sat Jul 01, 2017 6:35 pm

NB: At viewtopic.php?f=6&t=311 I've changed my terminology from CLR (clear local realism) to TLR (true-local-realism).

Thanks to minkwe's fair challenge: I suggest that thread is the place to now discuss the core component of my theory: TLR:

With its catchcry: If it's not TLR [true-local-realism] it's not true local realism!

PS: Since TLR delivers the correct [ie, QM validated] results for EPRB, CHSH, GHSZ, GHZ, Mermin's version of GHZ -- with experimental validation via all of Aspect's experiments, etc -- I would welcome the technical content of my essay being discussed in the context of Joy Christian's disproofs of Bell's theorem.

Tks; Gordon
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