I have been asking during the last couple of days about EPR, measurement problem and all those sort of things. As a consequence I arrived to this funny interpretation in which (as wikipedia says) locality, determinism and a lot of desirable (to me) properties are preserved. Nevertheless I saw in diferent threads that this interpretation has not a lot of supporters. Why is it? Because it violates causality? (from my ignorant point of view, since every law in physics -including 2nd law of thermodinamics as it is explained by fluctuation theorems- may be time reversed, causality is something that should be demostrated or disprobed -this 2nd view is the adopted by TSQM-)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

What do you think about this interpretation? Why?

Thanks

PS: This thread does not admit ShutUpAndCalculate supporters (hahaha)

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