Maxim Raykin

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revised Maxim Raykin's “solution to the measurement problem” using infinitely many derivatives
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revised Maxim Raykin's “solution to the measurement problem” using infinitely many derivatives
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revised Maxim Raykin's “solution to the measurement problem” using infinitely many derivatives
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answered Maxim Raykin's “solution to the measurement problem” using infinitely many derivatives
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comment Maxim Raykin's “solution to the measurement problem” using infinitely many derivatives
@RonMaimon: I appreciate the persistence with which you keep reiterating your opinion. Still, I’d appreciate it even more if you kindly answered the direct questions I asked in my posts. Also, I find it difficult to agree that “…a theory is defined by how you simulate it”, but if this is your position, than what do you have against Bohmian mechanics at all? Its computer simulations will give the same results as simulating conventional quantum mechanics!
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comment Maxim Raykin's “solution to the measurement problem” using infinitely many derivatives
@ CristiStoica: Thanks, Cristi. That’s exactly the point: even if we start the consideration of AQD from DBBT (which is absolutely not the angle I see it from!) we will find that “AQD seems to remove many concerns about dBBT” as you put it. My hope is that in fact it removes so many concerns about DBBT (and about conventional QM as well!), that there remains none. At least I don’t see any, and my question to everybody is if they do – I would really appreciate specific examples!
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