#### Schmelzer

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There are no infinities in nature, thus, an infinity shows an internal inconsistency of the theory. An internally inconsistent theory is certainly wrong. So there is no need for experiments.How does the existence of singularities prove anything wrong if their theoretical existence doesn't contradict anything we can actually observe and measure?

Whenever you have heard something about what I think you are probably wrong.What actuallydoesprove Einstein's theories wrong (at atomic scales) is the nonlocal nature of quantum reality, but last I heard you're not a believer in such truths.

Indeed, in any reasonable interpretation of GR you can prove the Bell inequalities, so that the observed violation of the Bell inequalities is yet another proof that GR is wrong. GR defenders try heavy reinterpretation, rejecting as realism as causality, to get rid of this, and try, moreover, to blame quantum theory that realism and causality have to be rejected. Which is nonsense, given that there are realistic and causal interpretations of quantum theory. Nonetheless, however meaningless, this is essentially the mainstream position. That means, the mainstream does not acknowledge that the violations of the BI simply falsify SR/GR.