On Fine's resolution of the EPR-Bell problem

In the real spin-correlation experiments the detection/emission inefficiency
is usually ascribed to independent random detection errors, and treated by the
"enhancement hypothesis". In Fine's "prism model" the detection inefficiency is
an effect not only of the random errors in the analyzer + detector equipment,
but is also the manifestation of a pre-settled (hidden) property of the


Updated: 9 December, 2000