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The cardinal differences in the theoretical description of classical and quantum particles, the contradictions of the probabilistic (Copenhagen School) and deterministic (De Broglie - Bohm theory) interpretation of quantum mechanics, and the features of entangled quantum states are briefly discussed. It is assumed that the strange properties of the entangled pair can be explained by the localization of particles not in 3D physical space, but in the domain of a fractal space arising in the process of purely mathematical derivation of the Schrodinger and Pauli equations.

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A. P. Yefremov

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

3 Ordzhonikidze St, Moscow, 115419, Russian Federation


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