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More on Ontological Quantum Mechanics

Excerpts from interview with John Bell:

Question: And you can’t imagine a more elaborate arrangement that might expose these defects in quantum mechanics?

John Bell: I cannot, but I hope that’s only because of my limitations. I think it is very probable that the solution to our problems will come through the back door; some person who is not addressing himself to these difficulties with which I am concerned will probably see the light. An analogy that I like is that of the fly buzzing against a window when the door is open. It can be extremely useful to stand back from your problems and just wonder about for a time, and it is quite possible that those of us who are somewhat fixated on these questions will not be those who see the way through.
(Reference: The Ghost in the Atom, eds. P.C.W. Davies and J.R. Brown, page 53, Cambridge University Press, 2000).

Albert Einstein was right when he said that probabilistic quantum mechanics is compelling but is not a complete theory.

In contrast, the Ontological Quantum Mechanics is based on an entirely new paradigm expanding dramatically the understanding of quantum reality. The theory explains all the longstanding enigmas.

Yes, the instantaneous collapse of the wavefunction is real intricate fundamental quantum dynamics. There is no conflict with special relativity.

Yes, a quantum particle can interfere with itself. The mechanism is shown.

Yes, a quantum particle can be in several places separated by any distances, including light years, at the same time. There is no conflict with special relativity.

Yes, electron can pass simultaneously through two or more slits with its physical structure intact.