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The Double Slit Experiment, conducted by Hitachi scientists:

Whenever electrons are observed, they are always detected as individual particles. When accumulated, however, interference fringes are formed.

Please recall that at any one instant there was at most one electron in the microscope. We have reached a conclusion which is far from what our common sense tells us.

Snapshots at different times:

Electrons go through a double slit, one by one, but over time form a wave-like interference pattern

Electrons go through a double slit, one by one, but over time form a wave-like interference pattern

The only explanation of these results which does not postulate nonlocal particles or nonlocal waves, is that provided by Dr Lewis Little with his Theory of Elementary Waves. Learn more @ TEWLIP.com

 

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