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the Feynmann-Stuckelberg interpretation: a negative energy solution of the Dirac equation is interpreted (1) as a negative energy particle traveling backwards in time or (2) as a positive energy anti-particle going forwards in time.
However, if a positron and an electron annihilate each other a photon is sent out.
A photon does not experience time. Therefore doesn't interpretation (1) makes a lot more sense as time is also "cancelled out" ?
However, if a positron and an electron annihilate each other a photon is sent out.
A photon does not experience time. Therefore doesn't interpretation (1) makes a lot more sense as time is also "cancelled out" ?