May 31, 2006

Bayesian probability and quantum mechanics

[Math_] The Bayesian interpretation of probability - that probability represents our lack of knowledge, not some "real" randomness out there - would make a lot of confusing interpretation problems with quantum mechanics go away. This page has some discussion, but it doesn't answer the main question in my mind: how does an electron interfere with itself in the double slit experiment described by Feynman?

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