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A Realist Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics that rules out Determinism

Authors: John R Ramsden

We indicate how pursuit of a realist interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, starting from a simple and plausible physical principle and established Quantum Mechanics, leads to a physical picture almost as counter-intuitive but which among other things would if true confirm that the quest for a deterministic model of Quantum Mechanics is doomed to failure.

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