# A realistic interpretation for quantum mechanics

@article{SantAnna1998ARI, title={A realistic interpretation for quantum mechanics}, author={Adonai S. Sant'Anna}, journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics}, year={1998} }

We propose a realistic and nonlocal interpretation for quantum mechanics, which requires new mathematical, physical and philosophical foundations for space-time. Our theory violates Bell's inequality. We also discuss the cat paradox.

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