An interactive essay explaining Bell's theorem in non-technical language.
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An interactive essay explaining Bell's theorem in non-technical language. You can play with it here.

Originally created as an online component to go with my book, What Is Real? The Unfinished Quest for the Meaning of Quantum Physics, published in March 2018 by Basic Books.

If you do something cool with this repo, or find it useful in any way, please do let me know. You can send me an email or find me on Twitter. And if you want to yell at me for getting Bell's theorem wrong or something like that, feel free to drop me a line. But be warned: I can drone on about this stuff for a really long time. (You might even say I could write a book on it.)

Copyright 2018 by Adam Becker. Code is under the MIT license, text and images are under CC BY 4.0. The photo of John Bell isn't mine, but CERN says it can be used for free for educational use, and this certainly qualifies.