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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: Alex Dullius Siqueira on 26/08/2018 20:18:58

Title: Atmosphere is what's compromissing the double-slit conclusion?
Post by: Alex Dullius Siqueira on 26/08/2018 20:18:58
Time connects all 4 dimensions, reason why the act of observing affects the whole experiment.
  Not magic, simple quantum entanglement, one isolated action causes a ripple of infinite possibilities within the environment, like domino's.
 So is very easy to visualize that if one gets a falling object, on the quantum perspective (with a present observer) there is the necessity (of the observer) to imply that the object must make some sort of sound, the sound must have a pre-determinate speed, and each and every single aspect is intricate with the other in a specific arrow, mix all that on dimensions you got arrow of time, spinning towards infinity, therefore, individual particles entangled to each other, each one with their specific local time due different frames of reference.

  Even so, the observers necessity is what is implying the reality to "do or be", remove that, still dot-wave at the same time (only and only when) time is relative.
 Time is relative only if one have more than one point of reference, on this case, the (eye,mind,toughs,flesh,wherever).

 The "observer" is the point of reference itself in comparison to the electron it is observing, therefore, (Observer) by offering a point B to the straight line, added "environment" to the arrow.

 In a nut shell, until there was a B point of reference, the electron only needed to seek the curvature of the arrow of time, from the machine towards infinity, point B added + one direction, and since light is constant at C, the only possible outcome is one particle spiting into waves of possibility in between A+B+C, and each wave interfering with each other.


 Dot-Wave configuration, not at the same time still a single DOT, but projected and overlapped towards itself at C towards infinity, until mass.

 Seems backwards, light as a product of space-time?
Title: Re: Atmosphere is what's compromissing the double-slit conclusion?
Post by: evan_au on 27/08/2018 11:30:48
Quote from: OP
Atmosphere is what's compromissing the double-slit conclusion?
I'm sure the double-slit experiment has been done with electrons, in a very good vacuum.

No atmosphere to mess up the results.

What the leading question has to do with the rest of the original post, I have no idea.
Title: Re: Atmosphere is what's compromising the double-slit conclusion?
Post by: Alex Dullius Siqueira on 28/08/2018 03:37:56
Make sense I know, but when one is considering about light, I do not think a vacuum would make much of a difference to my speculation.
  About shooting electrons, I do not believe that was the case. More like electron not being but existing at C.
  What I mean is, that the very wave of the passing electron has the potential to become one for each intersection.
  All that it really takes is the waves on the left start to interfere with the waves on the right, eventually one electron will miss the jump and cascade the whole experiment.

   Another consideration is that this universe has direction.
 Someone has ever tried to centrifuge the whole experiment while running it?
Title: Re: Atmosphere is what's compromissing the double-slit conclusion?
Post by: Bored chemist on 28/08/2018 09:00:34
About shooting electrons, I do not believe that was the case.
It does not matter what you believe.
People have done electron diffraction studies in vacuum chambers.

 Someone has ever tried to centrifuge the whole experiment while running it?
The Earth is spinning. Essentially all these experiments were done in a centrifuge.