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Oldand Dilis

The formula that solves the double slit experiment has been cracked.

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Δt∝1/ΔxΔp          

ΔxΔp is inversely proportional to Δt. By adding a third factor...time... to Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle we solve the double slit experiment....at last...it's basically about focus (think magic eye 2D holograms) in 3 dimensional time.  

When we half the time variable by detecting which slit the "particle" passes through we double the certainty of finding hits at the 2 main vertical bands on the back wall and halve the certainty of finding hits from subsequent waves. So with enough particles fired during detecting which slit we should still see the interference pattern but very very slightly (so slight they have never been noticed before) while the two primary wave crests will be very prominent. It was previously thought that it could not be the crest of a wave because an electron can't be quantized but Spring Time Theory shows the potential energy in the quantum particles is released as the oscillating energy propagates out in waves in 3 dimensional time usually undetected by the limitations of locality in 3 dimensional time. The full explanation and the unified field theory that solves it are available on. 

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7 minutes ago, Oldand Dilis said:

The full explanation and the unified field theory that solves it are available on. 

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Sorry. You have been told multiple times to post your explanations here. Thread closed.

Also, stuff like this belongs in Speculations.

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