Main Question or Discussion Point
Does Duality serve any other purpose than preventing investigators from fully understanding the framework of our reality?
Scientists make models which explain measurable things, then test them.Does Duality serve any other purpose than preventing investigators from fully understanding the framework of our reality?
no it doesnt. the results are well understood using statistics.It doesn't exist? Did I miss a memo somewhere? Doesn't the double slit experiment prove that it does?
... what do you mean by "purpose"? You keep using vague terms in non-standard contexts you can pseudoprove anything.I'm asking to go deeper than "cause, that's just the way it is". Lots of things have a purpose, maybe this magical particle-wave has one other than driving scientist crazy for the last 100 years.
nonsense... scientists are allowed to do any measurement they like... this is how scientific theories get support, or are disproved.They are not allowed to measure ..that's the problem.
... get it peer reviewed and published first, and you wont get scolded.I have a theory, but I'm scolded on this site whenever I mention it.
Apparently so - the notion of wave-particle duality was abandoned when the modern mathematical form of quantum mechanics was discovered in the 1920s. You won't find it in any textbook written in the past half-century or more, except perhaps as a historical footnote.It doesn't exist? Did I miss a memo somewhere?
No, as that experiment is also consistent with the modern formalism.Doesn't the double slit experiment prove that it does?
The way to do that is to work your through a serious textbook and learn what quantum mechanics really is.I'm asking to go deeper than "cause, that's just the way it is".