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English citations of beable

  • 2010 Jeffrey Bub, "Von Neumann's 'No Hidden Variables' Proof: A Re-Appraisal" arXiv
    That is, the quantum probabilities could not reflect the distribution of pre-measurement values of beables, but would have to be derived in some other way, e.g., as in Bohm's theory, where the probabilities are an artefact of a dynamical process that is not in fact a measurement of any beable of the system.