File:Bell's theorem polarization long tube.svg

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English: A circularly polarized bounding ball is travelling in the +z direction. A small slit occupies the x=0 plane begins where the blue tube wall becomes dotted. As the wave travels along the slit, the probability of being inside the tube approaches 50% and corresponds to polarization with motion in the y direction. The components for motion in the x direction radiate out as shown by the dotted thin lines representing wave crests.
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Author Guy vandegrift


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