A double slit experiment, is taking place. There are detectors, placed inside both of the slits. On the first run if a particle travels through one of the slits, the detector registers, that it has detected a particle, but doesn't specify which slit it has travelled through(to the conscious experimenter). Moreover, the potential for having knowledge as to which slit the particle went through is totally removed since the detector, is set up in such a manor that it is only possible to know that a particle was detected and not which slit it went through. On the second run of the experiment, however, the potential for the experimenter to know which slit it went through is given, by the detector revealing which slit it went through(which would in turn give the experimenter, the potential to know which slit). If there is no interference pattern there on the second run, but on the first run, this would imply, that consciousness causes collapse, since it shows when the potential for human knowledge is there the particle collapses to an eigenstate, as opposed to not collapsing to an eigenstate, on the first run, when a measurement is being made but without the potential for a conscious observer to know the result. Would this prove or disprove(in principle) that consciousness causes collapse?