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Comment: Re:Copenhagen interpretation != less complicated (Score 1) 192

by sconeu (#48636959) Attached to: Quantum Physics Just Got Less Complicated

Bell showed that Von Neumann's disproof of local hidden variable theories was flat out wrong.

My understanding is that hidden variables theories can be made to work if reality is non-local. And given that quantum entanglement appears to be non-local, hidden variables should be able to work.

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