- TL;DR Summary
- I made experiments in my room and I think I am able to observe the wave function without its collapse, can anyone assist me?
So what am I doing wrong here? I can clearly observe it, I'm nearly sure I can tell which particles are going throw each slit if I used another laser too. My suspicion is that the electrical current of the photon detector that uses germanium or silicon to detect the particles are influencing the outcome, as with a microscope, some lasers and two slits are able to produce consistent results. I filmed these and showed to a buddy of mine (that works at a particle accelerator) that told me his head "bugged" once he saw the video.
Am I doing something wrong here or can someone help me out with a scientific research article in case it is something relevant to the quantum mechanics world? (I have a background in economics and computer science)
- Thiago M Nóbrega