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From its beginning in the 1920s quantum physics has challenged our understanding of the world. Particles that could be conceived previously as points turned out to be provided with a wave evolving in time according to a law of motion.
KeywordsQuantum Correlation Bell Inequality Local Correlation Local Causality Nonlocal Correlation
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