I am not sure how to raise this issue, but I was looking for an answer to the question How do we know that nuclear decay is truly random and spontaneous?. This is an important question because we don't just think it is random, but it has been proven quite thoroughly that it MUST BE random by Bell's theorem and related experiments.
Unfortunately NONE of the answers mentions Bell.
That question is marked as duplicate of Is radioactive decay spontaneous or random?. That is a different question. That asks about the similarity and difference of the meanings of spontaneous and random. The answers there are appropriate to that question, but none of those mention Bell and Bell's Theorem is not an appropriate answer to that anyway.
One question ask "what is it" and the other asked "why do we know it is that way" those are different questions. I am not allowed to add a proper answer to the "why" question because you can't answer questions that are marked as duplicate.
I would like to able to point to a correct answer to this question and I am willing to provide it.