Quantum Reality Unveiled Through Process and the Implicate Order

@inproceedings{Hiley2008QuantumRU,
  title={Quantum Reality Unveiled Through Process and the Implicate Order},
  author={Basil J. Hiley},
  year={2008}
}
In this paper we discuss the possibility of understanding quantum phenomena such as interference and quantum non-locality (i.e. Bohr’s notion of wholeness) by assuming an underlying notion of activity or process rather than the conventional approach which uses fields-ininteraction. By exploiting some ideas of Grassmann, we show how Clifford algebras essential to relativistic electron physics can be generated from first principles. Using Bohm’s notion of implicate order, we show how his notion… CONTINUE READING

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