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I'm curious to hear some opinions from serious physicists on this site as to why no top physicists have ever worked on Bohmian Mechanics. Except Bohm and Bell, the theory has received virtually no attention from the world's most elite physicists. It does receive a lot of attention from lesser known physicists, and they are not well respected.
Bohmian Mechanics just seems like a much more sensible theory. All paradoxes completely vanish, no Schrodinger's Cat, no particles in two places at once, no nonsense about the moon only being there when you look at it.
Why won't any heavyweights take this reasonable approach seriously?