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Sincé I am not a physicist, but study a lot of quantum physics of my own, I hope you excuse my incomplete knowledge.

I have been thinking about the following: If a picture of a simultaneous wave-particle was taken, doesn´t that

contradict the fact that waves actually don´t exist, they are just mathematical probabilities that become information when measured, and therefore particles?

So how can you have mathematical probabilities in a picture with its complementary particle.

Or did they take the picture of the mathematical probabilities in the process of becoming particle?

http://www.iflscience.com/physics/researchers-image-wave-particle-duality-light-first-time-everResearchers [Broken]

Image Wave-Particle Duality Light For The First Time Ever

I have been thinking about the following: If a picture of a simultaneous wave-particle was taken, doesn´t that

contradict the fact that waves actually don´t exist, they are just mathematical probabilities that become information when measured, and therefore particles?

So how can you have mathematical probabilities in a picture with its complementary particle.

Or did they take the picture of the mathematical probabilities in the process of becoming particle?

http://www.iflscience.com/physics/researchers-image-wave-particle-duality-light-first-time-everResearchers [Broken]

Image Wave-Particle Duality Light For The First Time Ever

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