Hello Mikko,

I am a fan of Joy Christian's work using advanced math to challenge Bell, but unfortunately I was unable to follow the math in the papers of his that I tried to read. Any recommended reading for understanding his work that does not require post-doctorate level math skills, perhaps good threads on this site would be appreciated.

What I can do though is write computer software, version 0.1 of the app was an incomplete draft, version 0.2 is more complete (

but still beta) at

http://codeserver.net/nb/.

This version now also calculates QM Expectations, simplified from Scheider, but I suspect possibly equivalent enough to be relevant.

What appeared somewhat interesting is that the results appear to be producing some (

very small) negative values (

and positive) for (X+Y-Z)/2 (

for explanation see reference [I] on the app). But they appear to just be rounding errors (

as I don't see much opportunity for counting or timing errors in the app which appear to be the only path I see for non-zero results).

Negative values for (X+Y-Z)/2 are the results expected for "QM Model View", but not if particles have "real local properties" before measurement, as they do in the app experiment. Or the negative result could indicate proof of a "pilot wave" in nature, as I am told Bell himself suspected I believe I read (

but so far the math does not make sense to me as explained by Schneider. The (X+Y-Z)/2 calculation can be reduced to cases 1+4+5+8 - cases (1+4+5+8) once you remove the impossible cases 2 and 7, so how can this be anything but zero, except for rounding, counting or timing errors? I don't get it.)

In any event, it is relatively simple (

for a computer programmer) to replicate the math in this experiment with "real local properties" using a computer program. Seemed like a good way to validate or invalidate Bell's expectations using "simple math" and "realistic models" that the average scientific person can easily understand, problem is, the math still does not appear to add up (what am I missing!).

Review, help and/or criticism welcome (

politely please).

^^^ appears to be rounding errors, briefly seemed interesting, now Bell's math leaves me confused as to how any experiment achieved negative values for the (X+Y-Z)/2 calculation, something must be missing...