All motion is the same
Electrons/photons etc. are not moving till you detect them, the act of measuring them 'sets' them to a new position. Ergo an attacker detecting a key exchange, destroys the key exchange by measuring it. Quantum cryptography depends on that claim.
How would the electron or a photon know which interactions constitute 'measurement' and which don't. It is constantly interaction with everything around it, and it can never know which of those will result in a measurement being taken.
So the core logic is faulty.
And the claim of 'loophole' free proof is based on a black box, "Bell's test". A statistical test to separate random from related things.
But there is a filter BEFORE the Bells test, and the filter causes the correlation that the Bells test is detecting. In some experiments the filter is a 'coincidence' circuit, in some experiments, its explicit filtering for other similar properties. In Quantum Key Exchange, the filtering is a signal sent separately.
Your logic is broken, and your experiments have a big loophole in them, that you try to ignore: The filtering. You are not testing N experiments, you are selecting a subset of N for which the experiment holds true. In selecting that subset, you are creating the very correlation you are then detecting.