Quantum modalities, interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and Special Relativity, and an experimental test for multiple worlds

Abstract : This paper investigates the physical, experimentable, reality of multiple worlds of Quantum Mechanics. On the basis of a reflection on the fundamental principles of physics (sec. I.A), firmly rejecting the incomprehension imperative often associated with Quantum Mechanics (sec. I.B), and strongly relying on an experimental methodology (sec. I.B) and on the superposition principle, we propose a unified interpretation of quantum physics (sec. II), the potential world modal interpretation. This framework makes multiple-world and pilot-wave interpretations converge. It also clarifies the concepts of potential world and sub-quantical potential particle. Then, we turn to Relativity and sketch out an emergence of Special Relativity without "rods and clocks" (sec. III.A) providing a cinematic and phenomenal interpretation of SR. We suggest to distinguish between given and received gravitation and reason on it at a sub-quantical level (sec. III.B) and formulate the hypothesis that weight is active between potential worlds (sec. III.C). If this effect follows the von Neumann chain, it should be observable with available techniques (sec. III.D). If correct, this hypothesis could contribute explanations for cosmic inflation, dark matter and the cosmological constant problem (sec. IV). Moreover, our cinematic interpretation of relativity in an expanding universe might lead to a justification of the MOND theory (sec. IV.B.3).
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Yannis Delmas-Rigoutsos. Quantum modalities, interpretation of Quantum Mechanics and Special Relativity, and an experimental test for multiple worlds. 2019. ⟨hal-01983757⟩

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