Proceedings PaperNon locality: mystery or myth?
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A survey of a study leading to the conclusion that there is no support for non locality in Quantum Mechanics is presented. Models based on Malus' Law for generic EPR and GHZ experiments are cited. It is observed that 'entangled' polarization, as governed by the SU(2) group structure, cannot be a quantum phenomenon. The implications of these results for researches on quantum computing are considered.