Two electrons?

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photons or lasers fired through a slit. an electron can be two places at one time. or are the electrons split into a rainbow. in spacetime towards a black hole are you drawn in or do you get thrown out. electrons maybe "visit" neighbour nuclei then maybe come back. if an electron accidently bumped into another electron what would happen?
 

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photons or lasers fired through a slit. an electron can be two places at one time. or are the electrons split into a rainbow. in spacetime towards a black hole are you drawn in or do you get thrown out. electrons maybe "visit" neighbour nuclei then maybe come back. if an electron accidently bumped into another electron what would happen?

If two electrons collide... well... you know how they weren't supposed to "cross the streams" in Ghostbusters? Well, that happens to the WHOLE UNIVERSE. True story. :redface:
 

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