Einstein Was Right!
All modern books on Einstein emphasize the genius of his relativity theory and the corresponding corrections and extensions of the ancient space-time concept. However, Einstein’s opposition to the use of probability in the laws of nature and particularly in the laws of quantum mechanics is criticized and often portrayed as outdated.
The author of Einstein Was Right! takes a different view and shows that Einstein created a "Trojan horse" ready to unleash forces against the use of probability as a basis for the laws of nature. Einstein warned that the use of probability would, in the final analysis, lead to "spooky" actions and mysterious instantaneous influences at a distance.
John Bell pulled Einstein’s Trojan horse into the castle of physics. He developed a theory that, together with experimental results of Aspect, Zeilinger, and others, "proves" the existence of quantum non-localities, instantaneous influences. These have indeed the nature of what Einstein labeled as "spooky."
The book Einstein Was Right! shows that Bell was not aware of the special role that time and space-time play in any rigorous probability theory. As a consequence, his formalism is not general enough to be applied to the Aspect-Zeilinger type of experiments and his conclusions about the existence of instantaneous influences at a distance are incorrect.
This fact suggests a world view that is less optimistic about claims that teleportation and influences at a distance could open new horizons and provide the possibility of quantum computing. On the positive side, however, and as compensation, we are assured that the space-time picture of mankind developed over millions of years and perfected by Einstein, is still able to cope with the phenomena that nature presents us on the atomic and sub-atomic level and that the "quantum weirdness" may be explainable and understandable after all.