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Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (13,14)

Searching for quantum black hole structure with the Event Horizon Telescope. (arXiv:1904.05287v1 [gr-qc] CROSS LISTED)  hep-th updates on arXiv.org on 2019-4-13 1:28am GMT Authors: Steven B. Giddings The impressive images from the Event Horizon Telescope sharpen the conflict between our observations of gravitational phenomena and the principles of quantum mechanics. Two related scenarios for reconciling quantum mechanics with the existence of… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (40)

Bohm’s approach to quantum mechanics: Alternative theory or practical picture?. (arXiv:1707.00609v2 [quant-ph] UPDATED)  physics.hist-ph updates on arXiv.org on 2018-10-06 12:59am GMT Authors: A. S. Sanz Since its inception Bohmian mechanics has been generally regarded as a hidden-variable theory aimed at providing an objective description of quantum phenomena. To date, this rather narrow conception of Bohm’s proposal has caused it more rejection… Read more →

Weekly Papers on Quantum Foundations (13)

Decoherence and Determinism in a One-Dimensional Cloud-Chamber Model  Latest Results for Foundations of Physics on 2018-4-01 12:00am GMT Abstract The hypothesis (Sparenberg et al. in EPJ Web Conf 58:01016, [1]. http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/epjconf/20135801016) that the particular linear tracks appearing in the measurement of a spherically-emitting radioactive source in a cloud chamber are determined by the (random) positions of atoms or molecules inside the… Read more →

An analogy for the relativistic quantum mechanics via a model of de Broglie wave-covariant æther

Mohammed Sanduk (University of Surrey) Based on de Broglie wave hypothesis and covariant æther, Three Wave Hypothesis (TWH) has been proposed and developed in last century. In 2007, the author found that the TWH may be attributed to a kinematical classical system of two rolling circles. Based on the model of two rolling circles and in 2012, the author showed… Read more →