My mind was blown upon discovering this experiment. Subsequent attempts at putting my brain back together have all failed miserably. All posts trying to demystify the experiment have either appeared flawed or were too complex for my primitive liberal arts brain to understand. Now I fear such brain contusions may simply be a side effect of studying quantum physics in general, but I'm hoping you guys can help me out anyway. Basically, my understanding of the experiment leads me to the uncanny conclusion that the behavior of these photons is dependent on our access to information concerning which specific slot they initially pass through. When this information is discernible, the correlating photons act like particles. Yet when this information is unavailable, the correlating photons produce interference patterns as if they were waves. Not only that, but entangled pairs display the same behavior even though one reaches its detector before the other one even reaches the beam splitter, the results of which determine whether or not such information will be available. And SOMEHOW, I find this latter prospect to be much more reasonable and understandable than the first. Is this understanding correct? Should I even bother looking for the remaining bits of brain I have yet to recover post-explosion?