Presenter: George Nguyen (Confirmation milestone)

In a recent paper, Näger has suggested that there is a causal problem of entanglement—that the EPRB statistics are inconsistent with the traditional principles of causal modelling—and that this problem arises even if we ignore the spatiotemporal constraints in the EPRB experiment. In this paper, I argue that, on the contrary, the causal problem arises precisely because spatiotemporal constraints on the experimenters’ epistemic access are ignored in the usual analysis of EPRB statistics. I then generalise the causal modelling framework to accommodate these constraints while salvaging the traditional principles.