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Another way you could account for the wave-particle duality is to consider the repercussions from photons not existing in time. This would imply that all photons are the same entity, since they all share the same (non)time-slice. They would produce an interference pattern when fired individually through two slits because they all go through at the same time, from their perspective. You could say they interfere with themselves. We experience them as occurring at different times because we have mass, and exist in time.
Interesting idea.How come they all travel at the same speed?
The space between the molecules is a vacuum. How do they know how fast to cross those gaps?
So, just as they leave one particle to cross the gap to the next they speed up, because they have momentum.That sounds wrong to me.