### Studies on A. Einstein, B. Podolsky and N. Rosen argument that “quantum mechanics is not a complete theory,” II: Apparent confirmation of the EPR argument

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In1935, A.Einsteinexpressedhishistoricalview, jointly with B.Podolsky and N. Rosen, that quantum mechanics could be “completed” into a form recovering classical determinism at least under limit conditions (EPR argument). In the preceding Paper I, we have outlined the basic methods underlying the “completion” of quantum mechanics into hadronic mechanics for the representation of extended particles within physical media. In this Paper II, we study the isosymmetries for interior dynamical systems; we confirm the 1998 apparent proof that interior dynamical systems admit a classical counterpart; we confirm the 2019 apparent proof that Einstein’s determinism is progressively approached for extended particles in the interior of hadrons, nuclei and stars, while being fully achieved in the interior of gravitational collapse; and we show for the first time that the recovering of Einstein’s determinism in interior systems implies the removal of quantum mechanical divergencies. In the subsequent Paper III, we present a number of illustrative examples and novel applications in mathematics, physics and chemistry.

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