Carlos Lopez ([email protected])
The standard formulation of Quantum Mechanics violates locality of interactions and the action reaction principle. An alternative formulation in an extended phase space could preserve both principles, but Bell’s theorems show that a distribution of probability in a space of local variables can not reproduce the quantum correlations.
An extended phase space is defined in an alternative formulation of Quantum Mechanics. Quantum states are represented by a complex valued distribution of amplitude, so that Bell’s theorems do not apply. Full text