### Re: Quantum Mechanics with a Hidden Variable!

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**Wed Jun 12, 2019 6:08 pm**Heinera wrote:FrediFizzx wrote:Yeah, I know. He also must think it should be possible to get around the fact that at each detector spin up or spin down is 50-50. It's not possible. The correlation is simply because the two spin 1/2 particles are from a singlet with zero spin. That is really all there is to it.

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In Quantum Mechanics, that is really all there is to it. For local realists, it is a quagmire, since the same assumption in that setting only produces the triangle correlation.

Not a quagmire at all since we have Joy's classical local-realistic model that gives exactly the same predictions as QM. And... guess what? It also is a perfect demonstration of how the QM correlation is obtained in a local manner. Now, for me QM is simply about real probability factors for real physical events. Call it "The Realistic Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics". All the other nonsense should be driven out of QM. It's junk physics pure and simple as that. "Shut up and calculate" was the right approach. The math works, but many of the interpretations are just complete trash.

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