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Open Physics: Ever-New “Loopholes” in Bell’s Argument and Experimental Tests

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EDITED BY

Karl Hess, Center for Advanced Study, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, USA
Hans De Raedt, Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Andrei Khrennikov, Mathematics, Linneus University Växjö, Sweden 

DESCRIPTION

Recent publications have produced claims that certain experimental results contradict Bell-type inequalities, are free of “loopholes” and, therefore, necessitate the existence of instantaneous influences at a distance.

This issue deals with contributions that examine the validity of these claims from a mathematical-physical and computational-modeling point of view.

 

HOW TO SUBMIT

Before submission authors should carefully read the Instructions for Authors, which are located at https://www.degruyter.com/view/supplement/s23915471_Instruction_for_authors.pdf

All submissions to the Special Issue must be made electronically at http://www.editorialmanager.com/openphys/default.aspx and will undergo the standard peer-review system. When entering your submission choose the option Special Issue on Ever-New “Loopholes” in Bell’s Argument and Experimental Tests. 

CONTENTS

Special Issue: Ever New "Loopholes" in Bell’s Argument and Experimental Tests
Hess, Karl / De Raedt, Hans / Khrennikov, Andrei

The ultimate loophole in Bell’s theorem: The inequality is identically satisfied by data sets composed of ±1′s assuming merely that they exist
Sica, Louis

Rhetoric, logic, and experiment in the quantum nonlocality debate
Graft, Donald A.

What If Quantum Theory Violates All Mathematics?
Rosinger, Elemér Elad