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comment Deterministic quantum mechanics
The new version v3 of my paper quant-ph/ 1405.1548 was sent to the ArXiv today, Dec 21, 2015. "The Cellular Automaton Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics”. Criticism is always welcome, even if it comes from amateurs, although I cannot guarantee response.
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comment Can quantum mechanics really be the same as underlying deterministic theory?
The new version v3 of my paper quant-ph/ 1405.1548 was sent to the ArXiv today, Dec 21, 2015. "The Cellular Automaton Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics”. My answer to the question posted here is: yes. Criticism is always welcome, even if it comes from amateurs, although I cannot guarantee response.
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comment In 't Hooft beable models, do measurements keep states classical?
The new version v3 of my paper quant-ph/ 1405.1548 was sent to the ArXiv today, Dec 21, 2015. "The Cellular Automaton Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics”. My answer to the question posted here is: yes. Criticism is always welcome, even if it comes from amateurs, although I cannot guarantee response.
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comment Deterministic quantum mechanics
The new version v3 of my paper quant-ph/ 1405.1548 was sent to the ArXiv today (Dec 21, 2015): "The Cellular Automaton Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics”. Criticism is always welcome, even if it comes from amateurs, although I cannot guarantee response.
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comment Does any particle ever reach any singularity inside the black hole?
... what is needed is a fresh look at scale transformation symmetry and conformal symmetry. A way out could be that such symmetry transformations transform the singular situation with an eternally shrinking observer into a regular description of physical events. That would remove the contradiction, but the technical details are not understood - at least not by me. Questions we can answer are ones about the mathematical nature of any given space-time, like some solution to Einstein's equations, but as soon as new physical principles are asked for, we have to be very careful about what to say
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comment Does any particle ever reach any singularity inside the black hole?
@Nathaniel, As for the formal nature of the question, you have to realise that the outside world sees the ingoing spaceship (or whatever) approach the horizon exponentially, that is, every microsecond or so, his distance from the horizon is reduced by a factor 1/2. Imagine what that is after millions of years when the black hole decays. But apart from that, you are right and the question is important. Today's understanding of physics at the ultrashort distance scale is quite incomplete, no matter what string theorists and AdS/CFT considerations try to tell you. I strongly suspect that ...
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