By Theo M. Nieuwenhuizen
Already Einstein may perhaps by no means see quantum mechanics as a whole concept. these days, many researchers, together with 't Hooft, view quantum mechanics as a statistical description of a few underlying truth. The workshop "Beyond the Quantum", equipped in Spring 2006 on the Lorentz middle in Leiden, The Netherlands, was once one of many first conferences thoroughly dedicated to physics that might need a proof past quantum mechanics. A wide number of topics used to be lined. the current e-book displays this.
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