Heinera wrote:minkwe wrote:Please, do you know what mutual information means? Do you understand what it means for the mutual information to be significantly non-zero?

Do you understand anything about information theory at all, except what you've learned from pop-sci books? Since you are clearly incapable of answering the question of how Bob can extract information about Alice's settings "just by looking at his outcomes," this discussion has come to an end.

Good riddance! Like I told you before. No-signalling means Bob can't learn ANYTHING about Alice's settings just by looking at his outcomes and vice versa. Mathematically, this means the mutual information between Bob's outcomes and Alice's settings should not be significantly different from zero. This is a precise mathematical fact. The mutual information quantifies the amount of information Bob(Alice) can learn about Alice's (Bob's) settings just by looking at their own outcomes. I don't expect that you will ever understand this as usual, since the only thing you know about for sure is trolling.

So for the last time, I don't need to develop or explain how Alice and Bob can use this to communicate. All I have to demonstrate is that the mutual information in your so-called quantum model is non-zero and that kills it. So keep deluding yourself that I must first use your model to communicate before you will accept the argument. That is irrational and illogical.