Forgetquarantine; that justa stop gapmeasure.
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What's the real thing being observed? What are the assumptions used in the experiment? How do they correlate?No assumptions. The key observation is two 511 keV photons being detected simultaneously at 180 degrees to each other.
Most of us agree that wave models based on Maxwell's equations can't explain them properly. That's why we needed a newer theory.
If it turns out that a kind of wave model can be used to explain all of observed phenomena, the use of other models, either wave or particle, would be unnecessary.But we already know that you can't describe what happens when an electron-positron pair annihilates, or the photoelectric effect, with a wave model.
Hi Alancalverd,Old enough to never eat pot noodles (life is too short) and a good enough physicist to realise that visible photons pass through the holes in the mesh so you can see what's going on in a microwave oven without frying your eyeballs.
How old are you?
How the photon model explains the effect of removing the outer edges (which makes it a thin wire diffraction, which according to Babinetís principle, should produce the same pattern as single slit aperture)?To repeat, for the nth time, it doesn't. Which is why we also have a wave model.
How the photon model explains the result of circular pattern when the diffraction grating is vertically tilted?
While your questions are valid I can not process them rationally because those torturing animals daily in front of the children in the family are not rational, and furthermore trying to rationalize this behavior is impossible. So my opinion is irrelevant as what I think will have no effect on those who torture animals for fun and also out of misguided religious convictionAll religious conviction is is irrational and misguided. But it is just as possible to carry out a moral action as an immoral one for religious reasons. The difference is that moral actions do not require justification: religion may be a reason, but it is never an excuse.
In my opinion the best physicist can not prove that the universe exist because there is 85 percent too little matter to allow for gravitational expansion so they up and created dark matter, but even that fails because new measurements seem to show galaxies moving at 5 times light speed which is impossible under relativity.The best physicists begin by assuming that the universe does exist, and our job is to create mathematical models of how it works. If the model doesn't predict the observation (by an order of magnitude, in this case!) the model is wrong but you can't dismiss the observation.
It's hard to argue that we aren't living in a simulated worldBut what is it a simulation of? And why?
Living at all is a risk !! Everyone has to die sometime!!!.I have asked you several times to name those of your family and friends who you wish to become infected. You have never answered, so I assume that you do not believe your own propaganda. That, at least, suggests a grain of sanity.
People die in accidents, so the mechanisms for the prevention of accidents are busted.Agreed, but whilst speed cameras are installed on the basis of accident statistics, modifying central reservation barriers appears to be done on the basis of safety statistics: an average of 25,000 vehicles passing a point every day implies that the road is safe!