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Randomness and conservation laws

The path to a more complete theory may lie in reconciling quantum randomness, absolute conservation laws and locality. Einstein first called attention to these issues in 1935[21]. This has led through the work of Bell and others to practical experiments that could provide the data essential to developing a more complete and perhaps digital theory. Up to this point the experimental results remain consistent with quantum mechanics although experts agree that there are two loopholes, detection efficiency and timing, that have yet to be simultaneously addressed in a single experiment. We describe many of the relevant experiments and explain why we suspect a conclusive experiment will differ with the predictions of quantum mechanics in Section 8.6.




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