A loophole of all `loophole-free' Bell-type theorems

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A loophole of all `loophole-free' Bell-type theorems

Postby minkwe » Thu Nov 09, 2017 11:53 am

Marek Czachor

I give a simple example of a local realistic problem with free will of observers and no detection loophole, but where the Bell inequality cannot be proved. The trick is based on random variables modeled by functions whose sum does not exist due to incompatibility of their domains.
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