It is proposed that certain features of quantum mechanics may be perspectival effects, which arise because experiments performed on locally accessible variables can only uncover a certain subset of the correlations exhibited by an underlying deterministic theory. This hypothesis is used to derive the no-signaling principle, thus resolving an open question regarding the apparently fine-tuned nature of quantum correlations. Some potential objections to this approach are then discussed and answered.
E. C. Adlam, Quantum mechanics and global determinism, Quanta 7, 40-53 (2018). https://doi.org/10.12743/quanta.v7i1.76
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