I'm reading a book, "Schrodinger's Rabbit's", by Colin Bruce. In it, he subscribes to a theory that explains quantum mechanics with a hidden variable theory, called the "Pilot Wave Theory". The idea is a basically a particle theory of physics, with the exception that every particle has a corresponding "Pilot Wave" that guides the particle. This way, we can keep a classical view of whats going on in quantum systems. This just feels wrong. Does it violate Bell's Inequality? Should I put this book down right now?