Let's say one day experiments can distinguish that it's Bohmian Mechanics (or Many Worlds) that is the true dynamics in the quantum realm... is this stuff considered part of "Beyond the Standard Model?" Or is it just isolated event in quantum mechanics and just part of SM.. maybe stuff "beyond SM" is only treated as such if it involves new particles in the Great Collider and other future accelerators? I'm asking because in Lee Smolin book "Trouble with Physics".. he seemed to be saying that we must go back to the foundations as we may be thinking about it all wrong way. Better yet. How do you distinguish when a stuff is considered just Standard Model or Beyond the Standard Model? Any reference or papers concerning this?