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Einstein Also Thought It Was Ludicrous

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 29, 2003 13:27:04 UTC

But he turned out to be wrong on the basis of experiment. He thought up the EPR experiment to prove that relativity was right and quantum mechanics was ludicrous. But Bell's inequality theorems provided an experimental means to determine which theory is correct and the results are that quantum mechanics is correct in this instance- not what Einstein though or you apparently think.

Either you are ignorant of a whole aspect of quantum physics, or you are not and are taking the opportunity to diss me with a twisted reply.

I hope the former is true. Otherwise I have to recalibrate your sincerity.



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