Volume 5, Issue 4, pages 147-164
Salim Yasmineh obtained a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris under the direction of Maurice Courbage. He started his career as a physics teacher at a number of schools, colleges and universities in France. He has then been specialized in Industrial Property and is now working as a French and European Patent Attorney. Philosophy and foundations of quantum mechanics are some of his main interests.
This paper aims to give an alternative interpretation of quantum mechanics based on conjecturing the existence of a hidden infinitesimal complex time. It is shown that many features of quantum mechanics emerge from the conjectured hidden-time. The goal of this paper is to better understand quantum phenomena or at least to render them more logical to our understanding.