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  • MNichols
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    Am I the only one who didn't understand his simplified version of quantum mechanics? Could anybody explain the new theory better? Thanks!

    • kxh
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      It's not easy to explain. I'll give it a bash. Ultimately with quantum mechanics, it revolves around the solution of equations and that doesn't necessarily make a lot of sense in words.

      In the two slit experiment, of which there's a picture in the article, the result is a diffraction pattern on the screen. This happens even if you fire the particles through the system one by one. It is of course possible to do this and people have, be the particles, electrons, photons etc. This has always been somewhat odd if you consider most views of QM. If you use the De Broglie–Bohm theory then the particle (which is only going through one of the slits), is somehow in touch with the probability wave which is in contact with all parts of the experiment including both of the slits. The issue is the particle is somehow connected with other parts far away from it, ie it is non-local.

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