Ilja Schmelzer

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    Dear Shan,

    I would object to your claim (paper) about a problem of dBB with the Born rule. The point is that it is not the relative positions of the Bohm particles which matters, but their absolute positions.

    Of course, what humans perceive as a measurement result would have to be, in principle, relative. But simply including the positions of particles of the Sun, or Andromeda if you like, which can be considered not to be influenced at all from the measurement, would make absolute positions formally relative too. But we don’t even need this to see that QT is not a relativistic theory, but one with absolute space. So, simply having different absolute positions is sufficient to make a difference.

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