Well, I'm not a physicist, but from what I've read about these experiments, I'm not particularly convinced. It seems like they are basing their conclusions on assumptions that certain aspects of the quantum theory are correct. Sure, if you assume that the equations of quantum mechanics are correct, then you are going to get experimental results that seem consistent with them.
It doesn't really prove anything that these guys are able to poke holes in Einstein's conjectures. Einstein did not have all of the pieces of the puzzle, either. What is embarrassing, though, is that the groupthink the experimental physicists are engaged in does not seem to allow room for them to devise experiments that might test their own theories. They are only concerned about testing Einstein's.
First I convince myself that you're kidding...then I convince myself that you're not kidding...I call 'cat state'!!
Actually that's not true. The world doesn't care whether your equations are correct or not. It is what it is. However if your equations are not correct, sooner or later you'll find a situation where your predictions do not agree with the theory. Then you might be in line for a Nobel prize, if you can come up with a theory that does predict the observed results, while still predicting earlier results that did not conflict with the "old" theory.