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|Abstract||"Indeed I have very little idea of what this means. I do not understand in what sense the word `mechanical' is used, in characterizing the disturbances that Bohr does not contemplate, as distinct from those he does. I do not know what the italicized passage means--- `an influence on the very conditions...' . Could it mean just that different experiments on the first system give different kinds of information about the second? But this was one of the main points of EPR, who observed that one could learn *either* the position *or* the momentum of the second system..... Is Bohr just rejecting the premise--- `no action at a distance'---rather than refuting the argument?"|
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