|Nov7-11, 05:00 AM||#18|
Do particles have spatial extent or are they point-like?
It doesn't approach infinity at all.
"the probability that the observer detects one of these at his detector approaches 1"
Only if they had enough time to travel those 100 meters, with a speed less than c, else he won't detect any of the electrons.
A particle can be anywhere, as long as it is possible for it to get there, given the observations that were previously made on it.
|Nov7-11, 11:25 AM||#19|
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