Single slit experiment

What determines the behavior of one electron in a single slit experiment? Argue that it is not the "finger of God".
 
jamesclerkmaxwell said:
What determines the behavior of one electron in a single slit experiment? Argue that it is not the "finger of God".
Mainly its wavelenght and the geometry of the slit.

Seratend.
 
jamesclerkmaxwell said:
What determines the behavior of one electron in a single slit experiment? Argue that it is not the "finger of God".
If you mean by "the finger of God" that anything you personally can't visualise or understand must be God's work, then fine.. it is God in action.

Basically though, this is a narrow-minded pathetic argument that has no place whatsoever on the Physics forums. Put down your Bible and try reading a Physics book......
 

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