When physics students learn about quantum mechanics, they may be intrigued by the notion that the possibility of a classical understanding of nature ended with the quantum revolution. Such a classical understanding presupposes the existence of an external real world out there, as well as the belief that it is the task of physics to find the basic constituents of this exterior real world and the laws that govern them.
KeywordsWave Function Quantum Theory Hide Variable Quantum Probability Bohmian Mechanic
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