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hellfire

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I was reading about Bohms interpretation of QM and the Hamilton-Jacobi equation with the quantum potential:

[tex] Q = \frac{- \hbar^2}{2 m} \frac{\nabla^2 R}{R}[/tex]

and

[tex] \Psi = R e^{i S / \hbar} [/tex]

with R and S real valued functions.

It is claimed that Q is the source of non-locality in QM. How can I prove that this potential leads to non-locality or instantaneous correlations (e.g. between EPR pairs)?

[tex] Q = \frac{- \hbar^2}{2 m} \frac{\nabla^2 R}{R}[/tex]

and

[tex] \Psi = R e^{i S / \hbar} [/tex]

with R and S real valued functions.

It is claimed that Q is the source of non-locality in QM. How can I prove that this potential leads to non-locality or instantaneous correlations (e.g. between EPR pairs)?

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