" “This is a classical system that exhibits behavior that people previously thought was exclusive to the quantum realm, and we can say why,” (...)
Louis de Broglie argued for a deterministic formulation of quantum mechanics called pilot-wave theory.
(...) At the fifth Solvay Conference, a 1927 (...)
The experiments began a decade ago (now is 2014), when Yves Couder and colleagues at Paris Diderot University discovered that vibrating a silicon oil bath up and down at a particular frequency can induce a droplet to bounce along the surface.
In a groundbreaking experiment, the Paris researchers used the droplet setup to demonstrate single- and double-slit interference.