Edward Nelson, a Princeton mathematician showed that quantum mechanics could be derived from the principle that elementary particles are subjected to a universal jiggling of an unspecified cause.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

As I understand the obstacle to use this mathematical model as a physical one, is that dynamics of jiggling particles contradict with relativism.

Is it true? Are there are other problems with this model?

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# An interpretation of quantum mechanics in terms of Brownian–like motion.

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