Local hidden variable theorem

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Ilija Barukčić


Quantum mechanics does not predict the outcome of measurements with certainty. Does the statistical nature of quantum mechanics imply that quantum mechanics is incomplete or is the reality as such both, nondeterministic and deterministic? Is it possible at all to predict the outcome of each measurement with certainty? The question naturally arises, is there some deeper reality hidden beneath quantum mechanics? Are local hidden variables incompatible with observations? Is the hope for a so-called local hidden variable theory for quantum mechanics still alive? This  ublication will refute Bell's theorem by the proof that

there are local hidden variables

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Barukčić, I. (2006). Local hidden variable theorem. Causation, 1(1), 11–17. Retrieved from http://causation.eu/index.php/causation/article/view/3