How can a photon, or any other particle, interfere with itself? What does the uncertainty principle have to do with it? Why can't a device be used to track particles/waves? Please help with real answers! Thanks!
^^ every thread has the same answer, as far as what I can gather,
collapse = 100% probabilty of finding the particle. If we do that then the inference is gone isnt it ?
So, basically measurement causes the dissapearence of the inference, the seems implausibl :(
now still even if we dont measure, then the inference means the particle is passing both the slits at the same time IS IT SO OR NOT ? plz answer this specific point as this creates doubt.
Ok so there have been experiments where only ONE photon was fired and it produced an inference OR we cant define what is " ONE photon " so there is no possibilty of conducting an experiment with a single photon ?
^ Thank you for the link, I clarified some misconceptions and is forcing me to believe in non locality but still I hold the the LHV theory supported by Eientien
The paper clearly stated that a photon if fired singly and then wont be able to produce the inference but over some time it will i.e the photon is passing one slit but we cant know which one. This is rather strange, I hope a quantum level extra dimention maybe able to solve th rpoblem rather than complex and implausibl theory like the MWI or copehangen.
Single photon is single "click" in photon detector.Ok so there have been experiments where only ONE photon was fired and it produced an inference OR we cant define what is " ONE photon " so there is no possibilty of conducting an experiment with a single photon ?
If you consider light to be quantized then single photon can't be split.afaik photons r packets of lights isnt it ? I believed that the same single packet of light may somehow maybe split a good way to check this would have been to check the brightness of the inference wrt to the orignal source :)