Revisions of the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics Suggested by Properties of Random Walk
Raoul Charreton
DOI: 10.4236/jqis.2011.12009   PDF    HTML     3,893 Downloads   8,017 Views   Citations


A new theorem on random walks suggest some possible revisions of the foundations of Quantum Mechanics. This is presented below in the simplified framework of the description of the evolution of a material point in space. Grossly speaking, it is shown that the probabilities generated by normalizing the square modulus of a sum of probability amplitudes, in the setup of Quantum Mechanics, becomes asymptotically close (under the appropriate limiting conditions) to the probabilities generated by the usual causal processes of Classical Mechanics. This limiting coincidence has a series of interesting potential applications. In particular it allows us to reintroduce the concept of causality within the core of Quantum Mechanics. Moreover, it suggests, among other consequences, that gravitational interaction may not even exist. Even though the interpretations of Quantum Mechanics which follow from this mathematical result may seem to bring some unexpected innovations in the context of theoretical physics, there is an obvious necessity to study its theoretical impact on Quantum Mechanics. The first steps toward this aim are taken in the present article.

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R. Charreton, "Revisions of the Foundations of Quantum Mechanics Suggested by Properties of Random Walk," Journal of Quantum Information Science, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2011, pp. 61-68. doi: 10.4236/jqis.2011.12009.

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