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  • Jarek

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    Wyttenbach : the 0.6 violation here is universal, doesn't depend on dimensionality.

    I have put it to a forum dedicated to Bell theorem - there are some additional materials about this example there:

  • Jarek

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    The most important counterargument against considering dynamics of electrons, which assistance seems crucial for fusion, is the Bell theorem.

    I have recently rewritten my paper about connection between QM and MERW (
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    Wyttenbach , the shape of this high energy tail seems crucial especially for scattering experiments ... but maybe also for probability of fusion.
    Oks points the start of this dispute about tail's shape to 1960s Gryzinski's papers - showing disagreement…
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    I have recently found 2001 Eugene Oks paper with a few dozens of references claiming that there is a real problem with standard quantum description of the simplest: ground state Hydrogen atom:
    http://iopscience.iop.org/arti…8/0953-4075/34/11/315/pdf

    So…