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Computing heat capacities in Bohmian Mechanics
I don't know if I'm convinced on the heat capacities, but there is one result I'm certain Lubos is full of it, casting doubt that anything the man says is reasonable. He claims that in the Hardy experiment Bohmian Mechanics can't reproduce P = 1/16. Could somebody post the solution to that on physics.stackexchange? I know it's a simple calculation. The hilarious thing is that Lubos recognizes that it's the local realist theories that can't produce that result, but dBB is nonlocal and Lubos also recognizes that as well. But, he thinks dBB is ruled out because only a nonlocal theory could reproduce the result, but he knows dBB is nonlocal. [too personal]

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RE: Computing heat capacities in Bohmian Mechanics - by user7348 - 05-29-2016, 05:39 PM

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