Classical physics Solutions to Quantum Entanglement


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As I mentioned in an earlier thread my ability to publish my alternative approach to quantum mechanics languished in part because an expert like J.P. Vigier [1990-1991] was unable to understand the foundation of what I was proposing and I had no proof that such a foundation existed. That proof came in two papers from Dr. Gregory S. Duane in 2001 and 2005. Unfortunately Dr. Vigier is no longer with us and the interest in deBB mechanics and non-linear QM has declined precipitously after its recent peak of 8-9 years ago.

For those who are interested here are the sources.

Classical physics solutions to quantum entanglement:

http://www.ima.umn.edu/~duane/vitaGDfull.pdf

Duane, G.S., 2001: Violation of Bell’s inequality in synchronized hyperchaos, Found. Phys. Lett.14, 341-353.

Duane, G.S., 2005: Quantum nonlocality from synchronized chaos, Int. J. Theor. Phys., 44,1917-1932.

I disagree with the model Duane proposes for supraluminal carriers but he just put it out as one example of an idea of how it might be done.

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