Monday, May 14, 2018

Bohmian Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

The Bohmian interpretation of quantum theory consists of 2 equations--basically same ones used by Edward Nelson of princteon and Madelung equations  before that.

All he did was turn the Schrodinger equation into 2 Fokker-Planck (diffusion)  equations--1 going forward in time, the other going back in time.

Sort of goes back to de Broglie (who was a more profound thinker in many ways, tho all of these people made contributions).

There is no such thing as a Bohmian interpretation unless people have some religion.