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Recent developments in quantum information allow for a new understanding of quantum correlations. The aim of this paper is to physically explain why quantum mechanics obeys a stronger bond than the non-signaling requirement or alternatively why it obeys a principle of information causality. It is shown that a physical theory violating the quantum bond allows for correlations between settings while quantum mechanics only allows for correlations between possible outcomes. In fact, correlationsdoi:10.4236/jmp.2011.29114 fatcat:zvzjqrmffrch7dp23lauzztj6y