Modern physics is founded on relativity and quantum theory. Since nothing can travel faster than the speed of light, relativity forces a locality constraint on physical theory; spatially remote events cannot influence each other. On the other hand it has in recent years become evident that quantum mechanics violates this restriction. If we assume the validity of Bell’s theorem and the soundness of such experiments as Aspect’s; then no local theory is completely compatible with the predictions of quantum theory. A contradiction exists between the main foundations of physics.

Is this contradiction because relativity itself is fundamentally flawed or is it our interpretation of its consequences that is wrong?