1. Standard memberPalynka
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    29 Mar '11 17:02
    BT again...sorry.

    How does string theory relate to the Bell's inequality experiments?

    If string is true could that rationalize the apparent non-locality that we find there within a hidden variable model of the world?

    Thanks
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    02 May '11 01:02
    Originally posted by Palynka
    BT again...sorry.

    How does string theory relate to the Bell's inequality experiments?

    If string is true could that rationalize the apparent non-locality that we find there within a hidden variable model of the world?

    Thanks
    The science of String theory is beyond me, but this philosopher of science in this link has some things to say about current state of string "theory". It is a summary statement from the first part of his submission on string theory. He mentions a description of "strings" as "one dimensional extended objects".
    That seems an inherently contradictory and impossible statement.

    http://www.jstor.org/pss/192874