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My latest thought experiment. What is the difference between a wave and a particle, if not just the scale at which they are measured and calculated. That is to suggest that if the double slits were big enough for the wave to pass through, wouldn't we measure and perceive a particle? If the slits were smaller than the electron wouldn't we perceive a wave?


My latest speculative thoughts suggest that scale is relative to the electromagnetic atmosphere that particles travel through. And that waves travel more efficiently through the space than particles because they do not require velocity, and/or acceleration time dilation and particles do.


The theory,

a) Waves travel in harmony with time.

b) Particles are the result of wave cancellation by the timing of a foreign object that it must pass through.


The experiment:

Create a timing that an electron can travel on.

Sound waves are common in the macro world that sets the scale, so we'll use them to vibrate a copper wire.

The electrons flowing over the surface of the wire should harmonize with the sound frequency, (and each other) according to the timing of the vibrations. The result should be a cooler wire and a more efficient transmission of electricity.


Let's hope it works!





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