The preposterous title of this post is also the title of my contribution to the Special Issue on Quantum Nonlocality and Reality — 50 Years of Bell's theorem.
Abstract: Quantum theory's violation of remote outcome independence is assessed in the context of a novel interpretation of the theory, in which the unavoidable distinction between the classical and quantum domains is understood as a distinction between the manifested world and its manifestation.
The originally submitted manuscript is available via this link. An extensively revised version was uploaded on December 6, 2014. In the latest version, uploaded on February 11, 2015, a few erroneous (but inconsequential) lines have been removed.
UPDATE 11 March 2016: This paper has morphed into "Quantum mechanics in a new light", which has been published in Foundations of Science, DOI: 10.1007/s10699-016-9487-6.