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is sent to one location, and the other is sent to another location.
A measurement of particle spin/polarization is performed at a specific
angle at each location.
The following points are facts and assumptions concerning Bell's
(1) In the vacuum space, zero-point oscillations of all wave-number
vectors with possible spin/polarization directions take place in each
(2) In the setting of Bell test experiments, zero-point oscillations
of other than the specific spin/polarization directions are assumed to
be suppressed significantly.
(3) A particle pair production is assumed to be induced by a zero-point
oscillation in a similar manner as in the case of stimulated emission
of a photon.
Then, the paradox concerning Bell's inequality can be considered to be
Am I wrong?