The following idea is therefore proposed: It's completely lawful to think that there may be in some way a connection, a correspondence, between the entropic energy movement among the various QS, these elementary grains of ATPS (movement that, as said before, materializes a particle, making it appear in the different points of space), and the action of the total force, which produces the motion of that particle, as we know it from Bohm's pilot wave theory.
In regards to microscopic processes, ATPS assumes the special "state" represented by quantum potential in consequence of the energy shifting between certain QS, and, therefore, in consequence of the vibration of such QS at appropriate frequencies.
The interpretation of quantum potential as the "state" of ATPS in presence of microscopic processes can also be seen as a natural consequence that derives from quantum nonlocality.
It's important to point out, finally, that this new interpretation of quantum potential as "special state of ATPS in presence of microscopic processes" is substantially compatible with the idea, originally proposed by Bohm and Hiley, to consider quantum potential as "information potential" and sheds new light on it.
Now, utilizing the results displayed in the previous chapters about quantized ATPS, one can shed new light on double-slit experiment and provide a significant justification--at least in an interpretative way--of how the particles emitted by the source move in the region between the slits and the screen, and of their trajectories (which are considered "strange" by some physicists of Copenhagen interpretation).
In consequence of the energy shifting between the different QS composing the trajectory described by each particle coming from the beam, ATPS of the double-slit experiment assumes the special state represented by quantum potential.
The following appearance of a particle in different points of ATPS is tied to the interaction of entropic energy with determined QS of the region of ATPS in exam (and which is determined by the vibration of these QS at appropriate frequencies).