The question: Is reality governed by non-causal probabilistic quantum mechanics, or by a strict classical causal relationship, seems to be settled in favour of probabilistic quantum principles. Every Bell-type experiment reports to refute the strict causal relationship, or hidden variables explanation. Here I propose an EPR experiment where Alice does no observation, but uses a 75:25 biased polariser. This new experiment would decide if spooky action at a distance is attributed to a “collapse of a wavefunction” or a manifestation from an unknown classical “preservation phenomenon” as a universal hidden variable. If it is the later quantum mechanics should then be interpreted as probabilistic but causal.
Key Words: Bell\’s inequality, propbalistic vs causal QM
Posted in: 3 Causal Approach to Quantum Phenomena
Article Reference: 1751
Article Status: Published in Proceedings
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