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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

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

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