Re: Hidden variables

Jim Legg (
Sat, 1 Feb 1997 18:46:20 +1300

> >> Writing in 1993, David Mermin referred to the generations of graduate
> >> students who might have been tempted to construct hidden-variables
> >> theories but had been 'beaten into submission' by the claim that von
> >> Neumann had proved that it could not be done. He said that von ...
> >> Neumann's 'no-hidden-variables proof' was based on an assumption so
> >> silly '...
> Isn't Bell's inequality derived correctly from QM as we know it?

I would like to raise an interesting point here concerning the possibility
of two complementary ways to AI and two similar ways to IA.

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