Isn't Bell's inequality derived correctly from QM as we know it?
Doesn't it show that (if true) hidden variables don't help unless you
also relax some other pretty *reasonable* assumptions?
Aren't there some experiments (one by Aspick? (sp?)) that pretty
convincingly demonstrate the inequality?
If so, then isn't von Neumann's mistake pretty much a moot point?
Please advise.
--Steve
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