Don't begonegahgah said:I am sceptical of two things:
our ability to produce a single isolated photon;
our ability to detect a single photon.
A lab problem -- that I think they have more than demonstrated the ability to DIM the energy in a light beam evenly to the point where the Q Packets of energy must be separated by a measurably significant amount of time and distance in order to account for the fixed amount of energy in each photon “Q Packet”.
Same deal with measuring.
Plus the fact they have been able to duplicate the same results with a discrete “real particle” an electron, to get the same kind of results for both Bell & Two Slit tests. I think this is more than enough to show the labs know what they are doing on this point, and that they are measuring individual photons ok.