Bell's Inequality Untwisted is a unique book. Its aim is to explain in detail every equation in John Bell's groundbreaking paper from 1964, "On the Einstein Podolsky Rosen Paradox." And, it aims to explain every equation in a way that is understandable to a wide audience. In the process of explaining every equation in detail, it becomes clear that Bell's 1964 paper is a series of incoherent statements and his famous eponymic inequality is an unjustified assertion. Bell's inequality holds a very important place in the development of quantum mechanics so it is surprising to find that it has no merit. It has been difficult to make a epub version of this book that has the complex equations presented in a clear and easily readable manner. It seems epub is not designed to present complex equations clearly, but it may be that I can't figure out the correct method for presenting the equations.
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