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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 1, 2004 18:26:09 UTC

It is impossible to have only one particle.

You have measured the velocity of the electron with respect to yourself. You are the second entity and you have determined how the electron will interact with entities which have your velocity.

You seem to be trying to make the de Bordie wavelength a property of the entity which is only dependent on the entity itself.

I have seen the property of mass referred to in the same manner.
However even the mass of an entity is dependent on a second entity (or second coordinate system) to be defined.


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