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If a matter wave makes it through, it will mean mass isn't there during the wave
The structure / mass / matter wouldn't have fit through the slits if it was observed.
oh, so, instead of considering what I'm saying ..you're gonna go with a buckyball physically taking the form of a wave.
...hmm, you guys are so close to admitting it.
They are synonyms for the purpose of this test.
If something our size didn't have mass, you wouldn't be able to see it.
Can you even give an example of something that exists that doesn't have mass/energy? Even space-time contains mass/energy in the form of vacuum fluctuations.
. I want slits smaller than the object
I want slits smaller than the object