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Waves Do Not Collide

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 29, 2004 17:25:10 UTC

If both partricles are waves, they will form an interference pattern as in an electron microscope, but actually just pass through each other. The interference pattern has to be detected to get particle behavior. It is detection that collapses waves into particles, according to at least one interpretation of QM

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