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A Counter-Example to Bell's Theorem with a 'Softened' Singularity

J. F. Geurdes
Year: 2006
Keywords: Einstein, Podolsky and Rosen paradox, Bell's theorem, probability theory

The present paper gives a counter-example to Bell's theorem based on the common probability densities such as standard normal (Gaussian) and uniform. The reason for violating the Bell inequalities lies in the ?softening? of functions similar to the Dirac delta such that they can be 'hidden' inside a sign function.