Based on our model of quantum systems as emerging from the coupled dynamics between oscillating "bouncers" and the space-filling zero-point field, a sub-quantum account of nonlocal correlations is given. This is explicitly done for the example of the "double two-slit" variant of two-particle interferometry. However, it is also shown that the entanglement in twoparticle interferometry is only a natural consequence of the fact that already a "single" two-slit experiment can be described on a sub-quantum level with the aid of "entangling currents" of a generally nonlocal nature.
Quantum Theory: Reconsideration of Foundations 6
- Pub Date:
- December 2012
- Quantum Physics;
- Physics - Classical Physics
- Invited talk presented by G. Groessing at QTRF-6 in Vaxjo, Sweden, 10-15 June 2012. 14 pages, 5 figures