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Title: Proof of absence of spooky action at a distance in quantum correlations
Authors: Unnikrishnan, C. S
Keywords: Quantum Nonlocality;EPR State;Bell's Inequalities;Entangled States
Issue Date: Aug-2002
Publisher: Indian Academy of Sciences
Citation: Pramana - Journal of Physics, Vol. 59, No. 2, pp. 295 - 301
Abstract: I prove that there is no spooky action at a distance and nonlocal state-reduction during measurements on quantum entangled systems. The prediction of quantum theory as well as experimental results are in conflict with the concept of nonlocal state-reduction, as conclusively shown here under very general assumptions. This has far-reaching implications in the interpretation of quantum mechanics in general, and demands a radical change in its present interpretation of measurements on entangled multiparticle systems. Motivated by these results we re-examine Bell's theorem for correlations of entangled systems and find that the correlation function used by Bell fails to incorporate phase correlations at source. It is the use of such an unphysical correlation function, and not failure of locality, that leads to the Bell's inequalities.
ISSN: 0304-4289
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