Hidden variables and hidden time in quantum theory
Bell's theorem asserts that predictions of standard quantum mechanics can not be reproduced by other theories based on the concept of 'hidden variables', introduced by A. Einstein. It is argued that contrary to popular opinion, the mentioned theorem scopes only a narrow class of theories with 'hidden variables', but absolutely not the general case. A comparative analysis of proposed “hidden time” concept and relative concepts as “transactional interpretation of quantum mechanics” by John G. Cramer and “theory of elementary waves” by Lewis E. Little is supplied.
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Mathematical modelling in actual problems of science and technics