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Tomb Raider 3 Pc 55
On the other hand, your tomb raider analogy does include Laras who are in some definite state in some definite tomb. Quantum mechanics does not include such things at the operational level, i.e. it gives no account of what is going on in reality in between measurements. In tomb raider, this would be like refusing to make any statements about whether or not any Lara exists in any given tomb until the scientist has performed her experiment. So long as you make the same experimental predictions for the scientist, this is the minimal account of the tomb raider scenario that you could give, and would be compatible with a variety of different interpretations. Since you do have definite Laras the situation is not like an operational view of quantum theory and it must be more akin to picking one interpretation or another. I still think de Broglie-Bohm is closer, but the difference of opinion may be more due to ambiguities in how to map the tomb raider analogy to quantum theory than anything deeper. 076b4e4f54