I don't know much about quantum computing except what I have read about on wiki and popsci. I have been reading about the de Broglie-Bohm pilot wave theory and how they describe quantum mechanics in terms of discrete particle traveling a pilot wave and it seems produce the same quantum mechanical statistics as the Copenhagen version. some experiments by fluid dynamicists from MIT also seem to support this alternate view.
My question is if this alternate view is the correct view of reality would that effect quantum computing in any way? ie. dealing with discrete particles instead of probabilistic "particles". both theories explain the superposition of waves and both produce the same stats so I would guess not.