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# Tag Archives: Sakurai’s Bell inequality

## Review: Is classical set theory compatible with quantum experiments?

Yesterday, I attended a talk at the Quantum Foundations seminar at the beautiful Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics (Waterloo, Ontario). The (somewhat provocative) title of the talk was “Is Classical Set Theory Compatible with Quantum Experiments?”, and the speaker was Radu … Continue reading