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Название: Heuristic explanation of quantum interference experiments
Автор: Guowen W.
A particle is described as a non-spreading wave packet satisfying a linear equation within the framework of special relativity. Young’s and other interference experiments are explained with a hypothesis that there is a coupling interaction between the peaked and non-peaked pieces of the wave packet. This explanation of the interference experiments provides a realistic interpretation of quantum mechanics. The interpretation implies that there is physical reality of particles and no wave function collapse. It also implies that neither classical mechanics nor current quantum mechanics is a complete theory for describing physical reality and the Bell inequalities are not the proper touchstones for reality and locality. The problems of the boundary between the macro-world and micro-world and the de-coherence in the transition region (meso-world) between the two are discussed. The present interpretation of quantum mechanics is consistent with the physical aspects of the Copenhagen interpretation, such as, the superposition principle, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle and Born’s probability interpretation, but does not favor its philosophical aspects, such as, non-reality, non-objectivity, noncausality and the complementary principle.