Possible Experimental Evidence for Violation of Standard Electrodynamics de Broglie Pilot Wave and Spacetime Deformation

@article{Mignani2012PossibleEE,
  title={Possible Experimental Evidence for Violation of Standard Electrodynamics de Broglie Pilot Wave and Spacetime Deformation},
  author={Roberto P. Mignani and Andrea Petrucci and Fabio Cardone},
  journal={2012 Symposium on Photonics and Optoelectronics},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-8}
}
We report and discuss the results of double-slit-like experiments in the infrared range, which evidence an anomalous behaviour of photon systems under particular (energy and space) constraints. These outcomes apparently disagree both with standard quantum mechanics (Copenhagen interpretation) and with classical and quantum electrodynamics. Possible interpretations can be given in terms of either the existence of de Broglie-Bohm pilot waves associated to photons, and/or the breakdown of local… 
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