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A Proposed Experiment Showing that Classical Fields Can Violate Bell’s Inequalities

By Adonai S. Sant’anna

Abstract

We show one can use classical fields to modify a quantum optics experiment so that Bell’s inequalities will be violated. This happens with continuous random variables that are local, but we need to use the correlation matrix to prove there can be no joint probability distribution of the observables. Key words: classical fields, Bell’s inequalities, quantum optics, correlations

Year: 2008
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