In 1968 an Irish Physicist, Bell, working in CERN worked out a theorem which gave us an insight into the nature of deep reality. He showed using classical probabilistic methods that reality must be non-local. What does it mean? It means that there must be instantaneous connection between interconnected quantum particles even when they are separated by vast distances. What does Bell's theorem have to say about the various interpretations of Quantum Mechanics? In order to answer this question I will present some of the
prominent Quantum Mechanics schools and then discuss the implications of Bell's theorem.
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