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About one year ago I attended a pretty interesting seminar of Nino Zanghì on the actual state of Bohmian mechanics.

Now, during my undergraduate studies, I didn't have the possibility to take a class in Bohmian Quantum Mechanics, and I guess in a few University it is taught, and in most of them is not even mentioned. Do you know what is the actual situation of the diffusion of this (in my opinion ambitious and beautiful) theory? And which are in your opinion the main reasons of this (beyond of course the success of Copenhagen/Bohr QM) ?

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Related question: – Qmechanic Jul 11 '12 at 9:09
Too broad and likely to solicit opinions where there is no consensus – twistor59 Jan 4 '13 at 19:50

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