'Anti' CHSH inequality - natura facit saltus

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Ilija Barukčić


The relation between the hidden and non-hidden part of something is not without conflicts. The one is the hidden, the other the non-hidden, but equally both are only as separated in the same relation, each excludes thus the other from itself. The one is in relation with itself by its other and contains the same. It is thus the whole, self-contained opposition. The one is without its other, the hidden is not the non-hidden and vice versa, the hidden excludes from itself the non-hidden and thus at the end its own self, each side in its own self excludes itself. It is quite clear that both are opposed to each other. This lack can be taken as their determinateness. The one that has within itself the difference from itself changes under certain conditions. The quantitative alteration of something has a range within it remains indifferent to any alteration, it is indifferent towards the other of itself. Under these circumstances, the something does not change its quality at all. Only, there is always a point in this quantitative alteration of something at which the quality of that something is changed, the quantum shows itself as specifying, the point of no return is reached, natura facit saltus. The altered something converts itself into a new quality, into a negation of a negation, into a new something. The new something is subject to the same alteration, and so on to infinity. This publication will prove, that

the CHSH inequality is not compatible with

Einstein's General Relativity


Heisenberg's uncertainty principle.

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Barukčić, I. (2006). ’Anti’ CHSH inequality - natura facit saltus. Causation, 1(5), 15–25. Retrieved from http://causation.eu/index.php/causation/article/view/13