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Some new and simpler no-hidden-variables theorems

Author: N David Mermin; University of California, Berkeley. Department of Physics.; University of California, Berkeley. Television Office.; Moffitt Library (Berkeley, Calif.). Media Resources Center.
Publisher: 1992.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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N. David Mermin from Cornell University, explains how trying to prove within quantum mechanics that all observables cannot have definite values in an individual system is a venerable art form going back to von Nuemann. The history of the subject is reviewed, and the newer arguments described.
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Internet resource, Videorecording
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: N David Mermin; University of California, Berkeley. Department of Physics.; University of California, Berkeley. Television Office.; Moffitt Library (Berkeley, Calif.). Media Resources Center.
OCLC Number: 244574994
Notes: Streaming video.
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction: Berkeley, CA : Media Resources Center, Moffitt Library (University of California, Berkeley), 2008. Digitized from videodisc produced by the Television Office of the University of California, Berkeley.
Event notes: Recorded at a colloquium held on Apr. 15, 1992 at the Dept. of Physics, University of California at Berkeley.
Details: System requirements: Windows media software.; Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Responsibility: N. David Mermin.

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N. David Mermin from Cornell University, explains how trying to prove within quantum mechanics that all observables cannot have definite values in an individual system is a venerable art form going back to von Nuemann. The history of the subject is reviewed, and the newer arguments described.

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