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**Published in the peer reviewed Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics is the intriguing paper with the following abstract:**

https://file.scirp.org/Html/11-1721242_88041.htm

"Entanglement and the tunnel effect phenomena have been repeatedly observed and are generically accepted under orthodox quantum mechanics formalism. However, they remain rather inexplicable in the context of spacetime usual conceptualization. In the present work, we suggest an alternative quantum mechanics formalism, refining the pilot-wave theory initially proposed by de Broglie. We suggest that spacetime is an emergent phenomenon from a prior subquantum medium and that entanglement and the tunnel effect can be explained in terms of a nonlinear relation between space and time that is imposed by subquantum waves."

intro version: https://www.sciencealert.com/a-wild-new-papers-suggests-space-time-is-just-a-product-of-quantum-mechanics?fbclid=IwAR3tchJV-7y2997viGz-l5QiHqEXW3HIGPYY-pMVB34HUKyVR59jKLm7W2E

Pilot wave models (like Bohmian mechanics) have difficulty with relativistic quantum field theory. How would concept of subquantum waves aim to solve it?

The idea seems very basic. Can anyone kindly share what arxiv authors have proposed similar themes and what problems were encountered along the way?

Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you!