Hi, another thread talking sbout QM interpertations sparked my interest on the subject.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Now let's assume that we have electrons in a box, it could be anywhere inside.

And let us assume that the electrons do indeed have unique positions instead, that each electron has a set of three continuos hidden variables, giving each one a unique position, thus the illusion of porbability simply arose when we assumed that all electrons were the same.

Why three? Well if we had 2, all the electrons would lie on a surface, if we had only one they'd all lie on a curve.

Now if these variables truly exist, can someone think of a way to test for them?

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# Some thoughts on the hidden variables interpertation

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