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    I Heisenberg on ''uncertainty relation does not apply to the past''

    You do not need to know velocity to establish trajectories, position is enough.
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    I Ontology

    Excellent.
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    I Ontology

    likewise, why don't they take, any possible value, for example up and up. the entangled pair.
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    I Ontology

    then, they are autonomous. and existing.
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    I Ontology

    X interacts with Z, Y interacts with W, Z interacts with S.... And so on.. Endless chain. Which is the first interactor ??
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    I Ontology

    But what/who observes that observer/agent (whatever is called)...
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    I Ontology

    But exists
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    A Can Quantum Mechanics be postulated to exclude humans?

    ...maybe not so much Reconstruction of Gaussian quantum mechanics from Liouville mechanics with an epistemic restriction https://arxiv.org/abs/1111.5057 https://journals.aps.org/pra/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevA.86.012103 Quantum mechanics as classical statistical mechanics with an ontic extension...
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    A Assumptions of the Bell theorem

    First, causality goes beyond classical thinking (false dichotomy) and second, correlations cant be arbitrary.
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    I Scientific realism and QM

    I agree, the case of QM with/without hilbert space. ...
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    What is the process of QM studies? (Not a simple question!)

    Which journals ? Physical Review ? Nature Physics ? Science ? ....:oldeyes:
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    A Assumptions of the Bell theorem

    Bohmian relativistic...
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    A Assumptions of the Bell theorem

    ...for others, have pre-defined values
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    A Is wave-matter duality a proven theory?

    Indeed. Quantitative complementarity of wave-particle duality https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciadv.abi9268 "To test the principle of complementarity and wave-particle duality quantitatively, we need a quantum composite system that can be controlled by experimental parameters. Here, we...
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    I Where is the quantum system prior to measurement?

    However, exists collapse models and are testable.
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    I Where is the quantum system prior to measurement?

    ..and the inverse, how does know, that don't have it a location/ position?
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    A Could QM Arise From Wilson's Ideas

    . ...maybe soon, Start date 1 May 2021 End date 30 April 2027 https://www.uibk.ac.at/newsroom/13-million-euros-for-basic-quantum-research.html.en "The Austrian-based quantum physicists Oriol Romero-Isart and Markus Aspelmeyer, together with Lukas Novotny and Romain Quidant from ETH Zurich...
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    A Implications of quantum foundations on interpretations of relativity

    . but to be equitable, space should be treated on an equal footing with time, but then, there is no "extension" neither "duration" it is not a block, it is a point ! .
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    A Implications of quantum foundations on interpretations of relativity

    . and the spread of superposition it is not arbitrarily large, and exist the Tsirelson bound. QM is not so weird then. .
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    A Experiments probing the macroscopic limits of QM

    . https://www.uibk.ac.at/newsroom/13-million-euros-for-basic-quantum-research.html.en "The Austrian-based quantum physicists Oriol Romero-Isart and Markus Aspelmeyer, together with Lukas Novotny and Romain Quidant from ETH Zurich, will receive one of the prestigious ERC Synergy Grants...
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    A Implications of quantum foundations on interpretations of relativity

    Well, "at once" is more abstract, but it could be said then, "All, side by side"
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    A Implications of quantum foundations on interpretations of relativity

    You cant say "all at the same time" because there is no time.
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    A Implications of quantum foundations on interpretations of relativity

    "Past" "Present" "Future" all together, all the events side by side. All, at once.
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