I will be presenting my work on understanding quantum correlations at the upcoming conference AGACSE 2021 in Honor of Prof. David Hestenes, the creator of Geometric Algebra.

The opening talk will be by Prof. Hestenes himself, on "Maxwell-Dirac QED" [using Geometric Algebra]: http://agacse2021.fme.vutbr.cz/main.php.

My talk is number 13 in the list of talks: http://agacse2021.fme.vutbr.cz/participants.php. It is tentatively scheduled to take place on Tuesday, the 7th of September, 2021.

The title and abstract of my talk are as follows:

Title: "Quantum correlations are weaved by the spinors of the Euclidean primitives"

Abstract: I will review my approach to local-realistically underpinning the origins and strengths of quantum correlations using geometric algebra. My approach turns out to be related to the “1d up approach” to conformal geometric algebra advocated by Prof. Anthony Lasenby in a different context. The framework I have proposed is based on an interplay between the quaternionic

3-sphere and an octonion-like 7-sphere. It circumvents Bell’s theorem by allowing a locally causal underpinning of quantum correlations, without requiring backward causation, superdeterminism, or any other conspiracy loophole. After reviewing my approach, I will respond to its partial critique by Prof. Lasenby.

I am still preparing the slides for my talk, but once they are ready, I will post them here. As a teaser, here is the first slide:

The papers associated with all of the talks will be published in the proceedings of the conference, possibly in a Royal Society journal.

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