Electrons; switching between waves and particles.

CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?,
October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons
from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously.
In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber
Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from
the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown
for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and
particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be
switched back and forth between these states.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html

 "Joe Rongen" wrote in message news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research... | CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?, | October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons | from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously. | In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber | Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from | the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown | for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and | particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be | switched back and forth between these states. | Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html | | Any comments? Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining "place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining "place" in a more spread out way than usual. FrediFizzx http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf or postscript http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps http://www.vacuum-physics.com
 "Joe Rongen" wrote in message news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research... | CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?, | October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons | from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously. | In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber | Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from | the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown | for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and | particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be | switched back and forth between these states. | Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html | | Any comments? Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining "place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining "place" in a more spread out way than usual. FrediFizzx http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf or postscript http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps http://www.vacuum-physics.com

Electrons; switching between waves and particles.

"Joe Rongen" <joerongen@sprint.ca> wrote in message
news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research...
| CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?,
| October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons
| from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists
simultaneously.
| In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz
Haber
| Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers
from
| the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have
shown
| for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves
and
| particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can
be
| switched back and forth between these states.
| Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html
|

Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic
effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a
stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining
"place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining
"place" in a more spread out way than usual.

FrediFizzx

http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf
or postscript
http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps

http://www.vacuum-physics.com

 "Joe Rongen" wrote in message news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research... | CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?, | October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons | from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously. | In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber | Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from | the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown | for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and | particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be | switched back and forth between these states. | Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html | | Any comments? Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining "place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining "place" in a more spread out way than usual. FrediFizzx http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf or postscript http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps http://www.vacuum-physics.com
 "Joe Rongen" wrote in message news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research... | CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?, | October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons | from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously. | In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber | Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from | the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown | for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and | particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be | switched back and forth between these states. | Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html | | Any comments? Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining "place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining "place" in a more spread out way than usual. FrediFizzx http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf or postscript http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps http://www.vacuum-physics.com
 "Joe Rongen" wrote in message news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research... | CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?, | October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons | from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously. | In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber | Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from | the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown | for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and | particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be | switched back and forth between these states. | Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html | | Any comments? Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining "place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining "place" in a more spread out way than usual. FrediFizzx http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf or postscript http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps http://www.vacuum-physics.com
 "Joe Rongen" wrote in message news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research... | CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?, | October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons | from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously. | In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber | Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from | the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown | for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and | particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be | switched back and forth between these states. | Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html | | Any comments? Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining "place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining "place" in a more spread out way than usual. FrediFizzx http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf or postscript http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps http://www.vacuum-physics.com
 "Joe Rongen" wrote in message news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research... | CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?, | October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons | from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously. | In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber | Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from | the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown | for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and | particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be | switched back and forth between these states. | Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html | | Any comments? Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining "place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining "place" in a more spread out way than usual. FrediFizzx http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf or postscript http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps http://www.vacuum-physics.com
 "Joe Rongen" wrote in message news:00b101c5cf42$8592aaa0$ce0dfea9@research... | CAN AN ELECTRON BE IN TWO PLACES AT THE SAME TIME?, | October 11 Max Planck Researchers in Berlin show that for electrons | from nitrogen molecules, the wave-particle character exists simultaneously. | In something akin to a double-slit experiment, scientists at the Fritz Haber | Institute of the Max Planck Society, in co-operation with researchers from | the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, have shown | for the first time that electrons have characteristics of both waves and | particles at the same time and in virtually the push of a button can be | switched back and forth between these states. | Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news7144.html | | Any comments? Sure. It is my belief that all elementary fermions, due to relativistic effects, *are* in more than one "place" at one instant of time. It's a stringy-cloudy type of concept. The tricky thing here is defining "place". Seems the researchers above have devised a way of defining "place" in a more spread out way than usual. FrediFizzx http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...uum_charge.pdf or postscript http://www.vacuum-physics.com/QVC/qu...cuum_charge.ps http://www.vacuum-physics.com