Suppose you're shooting electrons one at a time through a double-slit experiment. If we don't detect which slit an electron enters, you get a fringe pattern on the screen beyond the slits. If you detect which slit the electrons go through, then the fringe pattern is lost. However, wouldn't the electric charge of an electron going through a slit disturb the atoms that make up the surface of a slit, ever so slightly, no matter which slit it goes through? And if those atoms remain displaced or their state changed due to the force of the electric charge passing nearby, then wouldn't that constitute a record of which slit the electron travelled through? Yes, it would be very difficult to read that slight displacement of atoms, but in theory it would still be which slit information, right? So would the fringe pattern remain or disappear if a record of which slit it entered remains recorded by the displacement of atoms on the surface of the slits?