Oaknin, David

The Bell's theorem stands as an insuperable roadblock in the path to a very desired intuitive solution of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox and, hence, it lies at the core of the current lack of a clear interpretation of the quantum formalism. The theorem states through an experimentally testable inequality that the predictions of quantum mechani...

Mastriani, Mario

Since his famous discussions with Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein considered quantum entanglement (QE) as a spooky action at a distance, due to the violation of locality necessary so that two entangled particles can share this effect in an instantaneous way despite of being at a great distance from each other, i.e., not being local. In other words, a n...

Mastriani, Mario

Since his famous discussions with Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein considered quantum entanglement (QE) as a spooky action at a distance, due to the violation of locality necessary so that two entangled particles can share this effect in an instantaneous way despite of being at a great distance from each other, i.e., not being local. In other words, a n...

Mastriani, Mario

Since his famous discussions with Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein considered quantum entanglement (QE) as a spooky action at a distance, due to the violation of locality necessary so that two entangled particles can share this effect in an instantaneous way despite of being at a great distance from each other, i.e., not being local. In other words, a n...

Mastriani, Mario

Since his famous discussions with Niels Bohr, Albert Einstein considered quantum entanglement (QE) as a spooky action at a distance, due to the violation of locality necessary so that two entangled particles can share this effect in an instantaneous way despite of being at a great distance from each other, i.e., not being local. In other words, a n...

Zwirn, Hervé

It is well known that Wheeler proposed several delayed choice experiments in order to show the impossibility to speak of the way a quantum system behaves before being detected. In a double-slit experiment, when do photons decide to travel by one way or by two ways? Delayed choice experiments seem to indicate that, strangely, it is possible to chang...

Fiscaletti, Davide Sorli, Amrit
Published in
Quantum Studies: Mathematics and Foundations

Today, mainstream science considers that the observer and all observed physical phenomena exist in time and space as fundamental physical realities of the universe. Nonetheless, relevant recent research shows that the time measured with clocks is merely a mathematical parameter of material change, i.e. motion which runs in space. In this picture, t...

Lambare, Justo Pastor
Published in
Foundations of Physics

A common mistake present in the derivation of the usually known as the CHSH form of Bell’s inequalities is pointed out. References and comments to the correct approach are given. This error does not alter the final result and only affects the logical consistency of the derivation, but since it seems to be a widespread misconception regarding the ro...

Klein, Étienne

La conception mécaniciste des premiers physiciens a dû céder la place à une conception nouvelle lorsqu’Einstein introduisit la théorie de la relativité, qui montrait que les représentations immédiates de la conscience (position, figures, mouvement) ne suffisaient pas à décrire le monde physique et pouvaient être trompeuses. À cette révolution dans ...

Stoica, Ovidiu Cristinel
Published in
International Journal of Theoretical Physics

Quantum measurement finds the observed system in a collapsed state, rather than in the state predicted by the Schrödinger equation. Yet there is a relatively spread opinion that the wavefunction collapse can be explained by unitary evolution (for instance in the decoherence approach, if we take into account the environment). In this article it is p...