To Charles Bennett,
Your 1993 paper on quantum teleportation, below, makes use of non-local collapse, Eq.(4), or basically,
“If Alice is up then Bob is instantly down.” over space-time.
This concept is fundamentally flawed. It is based upon Bell’s Theorem, which I have disproven. Although it is not published yet, it will be.
I would first be interested to know why you believe in non-local collapse and the existence “EPR” channels?
I hope you will debate this with me because I believe that such an exchange will be enlightening to people in Quantum Information Theory, and they seek clarity.
Bennett, C. H., Brassard, G., Crépeau, C., Jozsa, R., Peres, A., & Wootters, W. K. (1993). Teleporting an unknown quantum state via dual classical and Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen channels. Physical review letters, 70(13), 1895.