Hey Guys, I continue to get mixed messages about the nature of electron behaviour during the double slit experiment. I have heard the term observation used to describe an interaction with the electron (Obviously necessitating a change in it's behaviour to facilitate the ballistic outcome). But also I've had individuals swear by the idea that the electron KNOWS it's being observed and changes accordingly so that we are unable to achieve a wave pattern when testing if a single electron goes through both slits. Can anyone clear this up once and for all? Thanks.