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Oct4-11, 04:12 AM
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Quote Quote by Demystifier View Post
The results in item (2) of my post above are very concrete. In some cases, Bohmian trajectories are a much more efficient method (but equivalent to the standard method) to compute some measurable predictions of QM.
Yes, there is that. As well as some other aspects of BM that make it attractive. But then there's BM's nonlocality.