For my latest Vixra letter on the subject see:
Proposal for a new DOUBLE MAGNET Stern Gerlach experiment to show howthe first vaporized silver atom, measured inside the S_G magnet, ismanipulating the polarization of the rest of the vaporized silveratoms coming in, to be measured in the same S_G magnet.It was John S. Bell who described an unresolved problem connected tothe well known STERN-GERLACH MAGNET experiment, one of the basicexperiments of all Quantum Mechanics.He described the so called "lack of smearing" of the silver atoms onthe screen as crucial and unresolved.He argued that the non polarized atom coming into the S-G magnetshould all have a different curved pathway into the direction of thescreen, which should result into a smeared profile of silver atom-dots on the screen, which isnot the case!Until now I have not experienced a reasonable logic explanation forthis problem in the literature.However if we assume that the first particle which is measured by the magnet, influences the polarisation of the next particles by a non-local guiding entanglement system, then what could be called "multi-particle entanglement" comes here into play.Then there is a possibility for a delicate TEST which could resolve the problem and be a firm support for so called “non-local hidden variables” because all the next incoming particles have a “hidden” polarisation up or down before coming into the magnet.
see below, double click for enlargement: FIVE other NEW experiments described on this weblog,
No amount of experimentation can ever prove me right; a single experiment can prove me wrong.
It should be possible to explain the laws of physics to a barmaid.