Gerhard Grössing

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For cellular automaton machines get ting increasingly smalIer in size, a regime will be entered where quantum effects can not be neglected . Ult imately, t hese quant um effects may very well be dominant. Quantum mech anically this fact is described by intr od ucing prob abil ity amp litu des imp lying tha t one will not be able to know for certain whet her(More)
Our approach of an ”Emergent Quantum Mechanics” is presented which assumes the existence of a deeper level theory such that quantum mechanics (QM) must be seen as only an approximation to a more complex subquantum mechanics. We associate the latter with a combination of non-equilibrium thermodynamics and pilot-wave hydrodynamics. More specifically, we(More)
It is shown that the evolution of physics can in several regards be described by elements of "regression", i.e., that within a certain tradition of ideas one begins with the construction of most "plausible" statements (axioms) at hand, and then "works onself backwards" with respect to developmental terms. As a consequence of this strategy, the further work(More)
What defines an emergent quantum mechanics (EmQM)? Can new insight be advanced into the nature of quantum nonlocality by seeking new links between quantum and emergent phenomena as described by self-organization, complexity, or emergence theory? Could the development of a future EmQM lead to a unified, relational image of the cosmos? One key motivation for(More)
The numbers of the figures are th e same as those in our origin al publi cation [1] . The read er is requested to consult the text of t hat publi cation together with the figures presented here. For reasons of clarity, we also poin t out that the matrix of equat ion (1.1) is a N X N square matrix with zeroes in the main diagon al. Thi s work was supported(More)
A realistic solution of the ``relativistic EPR dilemma’’ is proposed. The stated dilemma refers to the fact that a realistic account of nonlocal correlations in quantum theoryöas in EPR-type experiments, for exampleöis faced with the problem of an apparently ambiguous choice for the time-ordering of events. However, if one takes into consideration Arno(More)
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