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A This picture of a quantum particle as a field, in this case electronic field, coincides with the picture from Einstein’s ¨ field dream. Unfortunately, Schrodinger was not able to proceed in this way. He understood, as well as Einstein, that already for two electrons the wave function cannot be interpreted as a field on a physical space: ψ(t, x, y)(x = (x1 , x2 , x3 ), y = (y1 , y2 , y3 )) ¨ gave up and is defined on R6 . Although formally Schrodinger accepted Born’s interpretation of the wave function, he did not like the Copenhagen interpretation, as Einstein did neither, especially, ¨ Bohr’s thesis on completeness of QM.

Einstein had never accepted Bohr’s thesis on completeness of QM. All his life he dreamed of creation of a new fundamental theory of micro phenomena. He was sure that the wave function does not provide the complete description of the state of an individual quantum system. a Part of the quantum community borrowed Einstein’s ensemble interpretation of the wave function and combined it peacefully with Bohr’s thesis of completeness of QM. They support the operational or empiricist interpretation of QM [46, 59, 61, 115, 116, 216, 232, 255, 256] and consider QM formalism as a story on preparation and measurement procedures.

Unfortunately, Schrodinger was not able to proceed in this way. He understood, as well as Einstein, that already for two electrons the wave function cannot be interpreted as a field on a physical space: ψ(t, x, y)(x = (x1 , x2 , x3 ), y = (y1 , y2 , y3 )) ¨ gave up and is defined on R6 . Although formally Schrodinger accepted Born’s interpretation of the wave function, he did not like the Copenhagen interpretation, as Einstein did neither, especially, ¨ Bohr’s thesis on completeness of QM. Schrodinger dreamed to go beyond QM, and to refined purely wave resolution of wave–particle ¨ duality.

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