In the paper (AIP Conf. Proc. 810 (2006), 360): Mardari outlines three predictions of quantum self-interference, all of which empirical evidence is presented that appear to refute all three. The implications of the paper is interesting but of these I am particularly interested in the experiments falsifying number two in the paper: "The size of the interval between any two consecutive quanta must be irrelevant". What objections could be formulated against this time threshold between individual photon emissions after which the photons can no longer be seen to 'apparently' self interact? And is this convincing evidence that self interaction does not occur and that the apparent self interaction is the result of overlap of the pulse width of separate photons?