Would anyone have any resources on the stochastic interpretation of quantum mechanics? It appears to be a relatively new interpretation, proposed this year by Roumen Teskov, based on John Wheeler's "quantum foam."(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

That's really the extent of the information I have, and I'm curious to find out more, or if this new idea is even worth looking into.

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# Stochastic Interpretation

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