Violation of the Bell Inequalities by Weyl Conformal Quantum Geometrodynamics
A Re-Interpretation of Quantum Nonlocality
The principles and methods of the Conformal Quantum Geometrodynamics (CQG) based on the Weyl differential geometry are presented. The theory, applied to the case of the relativistic single quantum spin 1/2 leads to a novel and unconventional derivation of Dirac's equation. The extension of the theory to the case of two spins 1/2 in EPR entangled state and to the related violation of Bell's inequalities leads, by an exact non relativistic analysis, to an insightful resolution of all paradoxes implied by quantum nonlocality, which is re-interpreted as a peculiar quantum correlation mechanism mediated by the Weyl's curvature. All this consists of a realistic interpretation of quantum nonlocality in terms of the geometrical structure supporting the dynamics of fields and particles.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2015
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