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Hidden Truth of Double-Slit Test

By Huang, Cres

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Title: Hidden Truth of Double-Slit Test  
Author: Huang, Cres
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Science, Particle-wave
Collections: Science, Science Fiction Collection, Critical Thinking, Authors Community, Military Technology, Probability Theory, Logic, Astronomy, Chemistry, Medicine, Literature, Naval Science
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2015
Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Cres Huang

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Study the contradictory interpretations of double slit experiment. Reasoning the validity of particle-wave duality, uncertainty, chaos, and multi-verses. Fundamental particle can only react precisely with it's environment, and vice versa. Above all, the rest of the universe is the absolute complement of an object. Even a particle, it is impossible for it to be anywhere else at the same time, since anywhere else is it's absolute complement.

Summary
Double-slit device is but a wave detector than a bullet hole counter. Shooting particles to study their properties is intrusive experiment. The difficulty is not only studying particle in translation, but keeping it still is not any easier. The device falls short of identifying a particle and it's bullet hole. A 1/30,000 second of light flash is about 1 km (3,280 ft) beam of waves in length. However, we don't really know how many particles have been sent at a single shot. The identity of particle is lost. A particle is considered point-like, and it's trajectory line-like. It can only physically strike the sensor once. On the other hand, it's broadcasting of waves is a sweep. It can be at many places at a time by propagating into the surroundings. Yet, particles can rest and never vanish, however, wave has to continue to spread and die out eventually. A visible structure is a collection of invisible particles. It has to inherit the underlaying properties of particles without any contradiction. Particles are micro bullets in double-slit device. Can they behave differently from real bullets, or cannon balls? Above all, the rest of the universe (or environment) is the absolute complement of an object. Even a particle, it is impossible for it to be anywhere else at the same time, since anywhere else is it's absolute complement. The truth is, action of an object will disturb it's complement, and vise versa. This interaction of an object and it's complement is visible in countless natural phenomena, e.g. a synchronized swimmer and her team in water, one sardine and it's school in ocean, and so on. Particle and wave are fundamentally different. Particle is mass of distinct entity, and wave is the reaction of it's complement, which is wide and complex. The participating entities and their actions can not be fully identified. Nonetheless, particle and wave are separate entities. Isn't it scientifically essential to differentiate particle and wave?

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Particle and wave are fundamentally different. Particle is mass of distinct entity, and wave is the reaction of it's complement, which is wide and complex. The participating entities and their actions can not be fully identified. Nonetheless, particle and wave are separate entities. Isn't it scientifically essential to differentiate particle and wave?

Table of Contents
1 Introduction 2 Current Contradictory Interpretations 2.1 Particle-Wave Duality 2.2 Observation Alters The Outcome 2.3 Uncertainty 2.4 Particles Can Be In Different Places At A Time 3 Anatomy of Double-Slit Device 3.1 The Deficiency of Double-Slit Device 4 A Look at Current Experiment 4.1 Test with Additional Detectors 4.2 Summary 5 Anatomy of Particle and Wave 5.1 Three States of Particle 5.1.1 Particle at Rest 5.1.2 Particle Spin 5.1.3 Particle Translation 5.2 Shape of Wave 5.3 Detection of Particle In Motion 26 6 Restudy the Double-Slit Experiment 6.1 Design 6.1.1 Definitions of the Components 6.1.2 Data Collected 6.1.3 Assumptions Experiment I - Reliability Test Experiment II - Normal Open Slit Test Experiment III - Additional Detectors Experiment IV - Wave Only Test Experiment V - Single Slit Test7 Summary 8 Appendix - Jeopardy of Atomic Experiments 8.1 Submerged Chemical Laboratory 8.2 Electron Cloud and Entanglement 9 Appendix - Fundamental Principles References

 

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