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    The Bell Inequalities.Peter Rastall - 1983 - Foundations of Physics 13 (6):555-570.
    It is shown that the Bell inequalities are conditions that must be satisfied by the probability functions of certain three-variable systems if they are to be expressible in terms of a single, nonnegative function. The generalized Bell inequalities, or CHSH inequalities, play a similar role for four-variable systems. The physical significance of the results is discussed.
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    Locality, Bell's Theorem, and Quantum Mechanics.Peter Rastall - 1985 - Foundations of Physics 15 (9):963-972.
    Classical relativistic physics assumes that spatially separated events cannot influence one another (“locality”) and that values may be assigned to quantities independently of whether or not they are actually measured (“realism”). These assumptions have consequences—the Bell inequalities—that are sometimes in disagreement with experiment and with the predictions of quantum mechanics. It has been argued that, even if realism is not assumed, the violation of the Bell inequalities implies nonlocality—and hence that radical changes are necessary in the foundations of physics. We (...)
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    Comment on “Nonlocal Character of the Rastall Model”.Peter Rastall - 1989 - Foundations of Physics 19 (6):783-783.
    The new arguments in the cited paper are shown to be as unsatisfactory as the old.
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