Relativité et quanta : leurs mutuelles exigences, et les corrélations d'Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen

Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 95 (4):547 - 559 (1990)

Abstract
A la différence de plusieurs interprétations de la mécanique quantique basées sur la phénoménologie de l'expérimentation macroscopique, celle-ci repose exclusivement sur le formalisme de la mécanique quantique relativiste lui-même. On y assimile le concept de causalité à celui d'une probabilité conditionnelle ayant deux traits spécifiques : « non-séparabilité » des occurrences au sens du calcul quantique des probabilités (Jordan, 1926) ; invariance sous les rotations (Lorentz et Poincaré, 1905) et les retournements d'axes (Lüders, 1952) du référentiel spatio-temporel cartésien, impliquant une réversibilité cause-effet. Unlike various interpretations of quantum mechanics based upon the phenomenology of macroscopic experimentation, this one rests entirely upon the formalism of relativistic quantum mechanics per se. The concept of causality is likened to that of a conditional probability endowed with two specific features : « non-separability » of occurrences in the sense of the quantal calculus of probabilities (Jordan, 1926); invariance under rotations (Lorentz and Poincaré, 1905) and reversals of axes (Lüders, 1952) of the spatiotemporal Cartesian reference frame, entailing cause-effect reversibility.
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