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144]). Of course, particle creation and annihilation finds a natural home in quantum field theory (there is no need for a Dirac sea), and hence a pilot-wave 7 Recently the pilot-wave interpretation which explicitly incorporates every particle in the Dirac sea was re-derived by Colin as the continuum limit of the stochastic Bell model [80–82]. 25 interpretation for quantum field theory is desired. We turn to quantum field theory in the next two chapters. For the moment we continue to discuss the non-quantized Dirac theory a little more.

8) do not transform as 4-vectors. In addition, as shown by Berndl et al. [84], equilibrium can in general not hold simultaneously in all Lorentz frames. By this is meant the following. If we assume the density of crossings through an equal-time hyperplane in a particular frame to be given by ψ † ψ, then the density of crossings of crossings will be given by ψ † ψ for any other equal-time hyperplane in this frame. But the density of crossings of crossings through an equal-time hyperplane in another Lorentz frame will in general not equal ψ ′† ψ ′ , with ψ ′ the wavefunction in the other frame.

In fact it was Holland who initiated the construction of a conserved current from the energy–momentum tensor by contracting it with the fourvelocity of an observer, but in the context of Maxwell’s theory and the KG theory [12, 94]. 49) as the defining formula for the tracks of energy flow. Holland gave a series of arguments supporting this view. Most of the arguments were against the notion of a photon as a localized object and do not apply to massive bosons for which the particle aspect is well accepted.

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