How Quantum is the Classical World?


It has been experimentally confirmed that quantum physical phenomena can violate the Information Bell Inequalities. A violation of the one or the other of these Information Bell Inequalites is equivalent to a violation of local realism meaning that either objectivity or locality, or both, do not hold for the phenomena under investigation. We propose (1) an experimental design for carrying out classical measurements in the absence of ontological complementarity; (2) a rational way to extract epistemologically complementary (pseudocomplementary) data from it; (3) a statistical approach which can reject stochastic and/or suspected violations of local realism in measurements of such data.Comment: 24 pages, 7 tables, 2 figure

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