From EPR-Schrödinger Paradox to Nonlocality Based on Perfect Correlations

Foundations of Physics 52 (3):1-14 (2022)
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We give a conceptually simple proof of nonlocality using only the perfect correlations between results of measurements on distant systems discussed by Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen—correlations that EPR thought proved the incompleteness of quantum mechanics. Our argument relies on an extension of EPR by Schrödinger. We also briefly discuss nonlocality and “hidden variables” within Bohmian mechanics.



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