Dr. Yoko Suzuki, a scientist at the New Mexico Consortium, has recently published her work Vacuum Texture: A New Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and a New Loophole for Bell’s Inequality Measurements that Preserves Local Realism and Causality in the International Journal of Quantum Foundations.
EPR paradox arose in 1935 when Einstein asked a rather sarcastic question (expecting the answer to be “No”) about the interpretation of quantum mechanics if it is a complete theory, and whether reality actually is only as certain as what quantum mechanics can describe in the very spooky way. Astonishingly, Bell’s suggested experimental protocol in 1964, so far, even with much improved recent technology, provides the experimental finding with the answer, “Yes” again and again.
This recent study with a new loophole for Bell’s inequality measurements nulls all the answers to the EPR paradox, and the argument is set back to the year 1935. Therefore, a local hidden variable theory is back on the table. Consequently, Einstein’s unfinished work of the formation of a unified theory with a local hidden variable can resume. The work for a new loophole for Bell’s inequality measurements just appeared as an invited paper in January 2022 .
This work is a part of formation of the unified theory, “Theory of Vacuum Texture (TVT)” is led by Dr. Suzuki at the New Mexico Consortium and Dr. Mertes at Los Alamos National Laboratory. TVT is equipped with many necessary ingredients to explain a consistent, unified model of the universe. The frameworks for TVT include:
- A local hidden variable theory for Bell’s inequality measurements 
- Threshold condition for blackbody radiation 
- Reverse Cosmological Principle 
To read more about this incredible research see the entire publication at, Vacuum Texture: A New Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and a New Loophole for Bell’s Inequality Measurements that Preserves Local Realism and Causality.
 Y. Suzuki and K. Mertes, Vacuum Texture: A New Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and a New Loophole for Bell’s Inequality Measurements that preserves Local Realism and Causality, Int. J. Quantum Found. 8, 1-15 (2022). https://ijqf.org/archives/6424
 Y. Suzuki and K. Mertes, Theory of Vacuum Texture: Blackbody Radiation, Uncertainty Principle and Quantum Statistics, arXiv:2109.06644 (2021). https://arxiv.org/abs/2109.
 Y. Suzuki and K. Mertes, Formation of Theory of Vacuum Texture as a unified theory, in preparation.