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Physics Letters A 187 (2 May 1994):351-355 (1994)
|Abstract||A new version of quantum theory is proposed, according to which probabilistic events occur whenever new statioinary or bound states are created as a result of inelastic collisions. The new theory recovers the experimental success of orthodox quantum theory, but differs form the orthodox theory for as yet unperformed experiments.|
|Keywords||Probabilistic quantum theory Propensiton quantum theory Quantum realism Experimental tests Solution to wave/particle problem|
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