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Experiment Kills Photon Theory Of Einstein

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Posted by undrunquantum on October 25, 2010 05:23:31 UTC

By Einstein's model, a photon should go one way or another at a beam splitter. The isotope cadmium-109 emits a single gamma-ray that physicists Call a photon. My beam splitter experiments show coincident detections of the characteristic Cd-109 gamma ray pulse amplitude. Far beyond chance. Surprise! The photon dies with No mercy in the hands of UnDrUnQuantum. Really. You can see all the evidence at http://www.unquantum.net

Note to Kent of New Gravity fame: I have a photo of you I want to put in my book.

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