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  If God Plays Dice, Must We do the Same? Quantum Entanglement as a Deterministic Phenomenon

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Referee this paper: http://vixra.org/pdf/1505.0147v4.pdf by Ramzi Suleiman

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Closed as per community consensus as the post is not eligible for Open Community Review (see the submission decline policy)
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paper authored May 20, 2015 to Closed Questions by Ramzi F. Suleiman
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    retagged Jun 23, 2015 by dimension10

    Quantum mechanics has been theoretically understood and experimentally confirmed since decades, non-mainstream considerations to explain specific quantum mechanical phenomena and observations by alternative models belong therefore rather to the realm of philosophy than to physics. Voting to close.

    The paper discusses an alternative to quantum mechanics using high school mathematics only, hence far too simple to explain anything. 

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