1. Neurons activated by stimulation of the horizontal and/or vertical vestibular semicircular canals were recorded in the parietoinsular vestibular cortex in four awake Java monkeys (Macaca… (More)

We show that the particle motion in Bohmian mechanics, given by the solution of an ordinary differential equation, exists globally: For a large class of potentials the singularities of the velocity… (More)

Motivated by Popescu’s example of hidden nonlocality, we elaborate on the conjecture that quantum states that are intuitively nonlocal, i.e., entangled, do not admit a local causal hidden variables… (More)

We discuss the problem of global existence and uniqueness of Bohmian mechanics , focusing on the role played by the quantum probability ux. The relation to the self-adjointness of the Hamiltonian is… (More)

We show that the particle motion in Bohmian mechanics as the solution of an ordinary differential equation exists globally, i.e., the singularities of the velocity field and infinity will not be… (More)

In Section 3 of his paper [1], Gisin argues that a “careless application of generalized quantum measurements can violate Bell’s inequality even for mixtures of product states.” However, the observed… (More)