Bohmian "surreal" trajectories Hi guys... I have read most of bohmian argument and critics about it here. But unfortunately, I'm an economist, have not a physics B.A.! I want to ask stg., I'll be grateful if you answer... I read Englert's argument (ESSW paper) and also replies... But surely, I can not understand the picture. They say Bohm's trajectories is "surrealistic" because with A "which way" experiment, we see the opposite of bohmian prediction. They also say bohm's particle should have been bouncing, but it doesn't. Can anyone tell me what does it mean? Secondly, All the replies to this paper are talking about "configuration space". I know what is configuration space but I also think, Bohmians always say about reality of particle and trajectories... So, what the -beep- is this 3N configuration space in Bohmian mechanic? I think you got the point. Please someone explain me what's the critics, and what's the reply? Thanks.