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Posted by Tim on October 24, 2003 03:15:31 UTC

view Harv, thanks for sharing it.
have you ever wondered if the double slit experiment might be flawed? thinking about that electron gun firing the electrons (such tiny things as they are) one has to wonder if the pattern they make as they are fired through the slits aren't the result of movement of the gun instead of some actual wave nature of the electron or photon for that matter.
well i really have no idea if those performing the experiment have taken such possibilities into account or not, but i have to wonder. it would seem that the slit apparatus it's self would have some 'jiggle' to it as well with respect to something so small as an electron or a photon.

regards, tim

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