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Offline quantumscience

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Hello folks

Here I have posted videos of my finding. Is it possible us to see in our real world strange behavior of light and weird quantum mechanics? Need some comments and suggestions about my finding.

Strange behavior of light.  Light string loops form when it is in momentum

Quantum effect (slow motion video). Fuzzy image appears instantly at some distance while real image is still at the scene (stop video at 0.08)

Slow motion video
« Last Edit: 22/05/2016 06:05:09 by quantumscience »


 

Offline RD

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You've just performed this experiment ...

https://youtu.be/xPjNPb8h8Ok?t=1m23s

Some quantum mechanics models are based on simple harmonic oscillators, ( as seen in the motion of springs & tuning forks )
« Last Edit: 22/05/2016 10:01:46 by RD »
 

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Thanks RD for your comments. Ya I got about first video. But still wondering about my second video. Could anyone explain me what the reason behind is the cause to appears fuzzy image at some distance from real image(stop at 0.08 secs to see it clearly) . How it could be possible to appears fuzzy image instantly at the top end in the mean time real image is seen at the same stationary position. What does that physics phenomenon is called? 
 

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... Could anyone explain me what the reason behind is the cause to appears fuzzy image at some distance from real image ... What does that physics phenomenon is called? 

That the camera records a moving object twice, ( two places at once), is an afterimage-effect within the camera-circuitry and/or data-compression. 
[ Comparable with persistence of vision ].
« Last Edit: 23/05/2016 11:08:24 by RD »
 

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