Quote by juanrga
Although you mean real in the sense of nonmathematical, the remarks given before about quantum states still apply. It is also evident that you do not understand what is math and what is real. Your claim that a wave is something REAL, when is a mathematical construct with a limited validity, says it all.

I'm not claiming anything, I am asking why it has to be like that. Why doesn't a REAL wave work? Why is a purely mathematical model preferred over that?
Another problem of your philosophical approach is that the movements and positions of particles and their interactions are nonlocal, realistic, and nondeterministic.

Again, I'm aware that no current models have particle movements which are local, realistic and deterministic, so I am asking why this is the case. Which experimental evidence or arguments derived from those show that particle movements have to be nonlocal and nondeterministic?