Consider the following: Two point-sources of lased light, one 600nm and the other 602nm. Each is collimated to form a beam 100 microns in diameter; thus, each forms a well-collimated laser beam. Aim each beam at each slit in a double-slit setup (each slit is 10 microns wide and 100 microns long, separated by 60 microns), so that one beam is aimed at one slit, and the other beam is aimed at the other slit. The apparatus is such that one beam must go thru one slit and the other beam must go thru the other slit. Question: will we see a diffraction pattern characteristic of double-slit diffraction? If not; why not?