• Corpus ID: 119449915

Ontological Determinism, non-locality, quantum equilibrium and post-quantum mechanics

  title={Ontological Determinism, non-locality, quantum equilibrium and post-quantum mechanics},
  author={Maurice Passman and Philip Vos Fellman and Jonathan Vos Post and Avishai Passman and Jack Sarfatti},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
In this paper, we extend our previous discussion on ontological determinism, non-locality and quantum mechanics to that of the Sarfatti post-quantum mechanics perspective. We examine the nature of quantum equilibrium and non-equilibrium and uncertainty following the Sarfatti description of this theoretical development, which serves to extend the statistical linear unitary quantum mechanics for closed systems to a locally-retrocausal, non-statistical, non-linear, non-unitary theory for open… 
2 Citations
The Self-Simulation Hypothesis Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
We modify the simulation hypothesis to a self-simulation hypothesis, where the physical universe, as a strange loop, is a mental self-simulation that might exist as one of a broad class of possible
Henry Stapp’s Influence on My Post-Quantum Mechanics of Consciousness Via Locally Decodable Keyless Entanglement Signaling
It is wonderful that Henry is still creative and active at the age of 90. I first communicated with Henry in 1963 when I was with Fred W. Cummings at Ford Philco Aeronutronics in Newport Beach, CA (I


Ontological Determinism non-locality and the system problem in quantum mechanics
Wave functions live on configuration space. Schrodinger called this entanglement. The linearity of the Schrodinger equation prevents the wave function from representing reality. If the equation were
Beyond Bohm/Vigier Quantum Mechanics
Post-quantum mechanics is an extension of orthodox quantum mechanics which explains what Stuart Kauffman calls “spontaneous self-organization” in evolutionary biology. Bohm, using the
Naive Quantum Gravity
A possible alternative route to a quantum theory of gravity is presented. The usual path is to quantize the gravitational field in order to introduce the statistical structure characteristic of
Dynamical origin of quantum probabilities
  • A. Valentini, H. Westman
  • Physics
    Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
  • 2005
We study the origin of the Born probability rule ρ = |ψ|2 in the de Broglie–Bohm pilot–wave formulation of quantum theory. It is argued that quantum probabilities arise dynamically, and have a status
Lagrangian Description for Particle Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics: Entangled Many-Particle Case
A Lagrangian formulation is constructed for particle interpretations of quantum mechanics, a well-known example of such an interpretation being the Bohm model. The advantages of such a description
The Fundamental Importance of Discourse in Theoretical Physics
The purpose of the fo llo wing paper is to demonstrate that the "limits of physics" are in a very important way determined by the conceptual framework and language of discourse that we use to
Self-Organised Criticality
During this book we have encountered many examples of critical phenomenon and have highlighted their common characteristics of divergence of the range of correlations, absence of characteristic
Long-range coherence and energy storage in biological systems
Biological systems are expected to have a branch of longitudinal electric modes in a frequency region between 1011 and 1012 sec−1. They are based on the dipolar properties of cell membranes; of
A Fractal Concept of War
In this chapter, I give a brief overview of the work undertaken on the development of the Fractal Attrition Equation (FAE). This equation differs from the standard approach developed by Lanchester.
Critical Market Crashes
This review is a partial synthesis of the book ``Why stock market crash'' (Princeton University Press, January 2003), which presents a general theory of financial crashes and of stock market