What's the superiority of Zurek's approach over Bohmian mechanics?
Ideas based on the immersion of the system in the environment have recently gained enough support to be described (by sceptics!) as the new orthodoxy (Bub, 1997). This is a dangerous characterization, as it suggests that the interpretation based on the recognition of the role of the environment is both complete and widely accepted. Neither is certainly the case.In other words, Zurek's approach is not known to work, whereas Bohmian mechanics is known to be equivalent to the Copenhagen interpretation where the latter is unambiguous.
I donno. I just post the stuff. Maybe one of the smart guys around here can help.