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Started by Bigguy, Oct 10, 2018, 10:28 PM
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QuoteThe double-slit experiment seems simple enough: cut two slits in a sheet of metal and send light through them, first as a constant wave, then in individual particles. What happens, though, is anything but simple. In fact, it's what started science down the bizarre road of quantum mechanics.
Quoteeven though only one of the possible paths actually happens." All realities exist at once (a concept known as superposition) until the final result occurs.
Quote from: Bigguy on Oct 11, 2018, 10:28 PMProbability waves. All is possible but to the same end.
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