Resolution of wave-particle dualityQuantum mechanics will confuse you with entanglement, non-locality, photons, and quantum-particle weirdness.
Resolution of wave-particle duality
There is a type of experiment famous for upholding quantum mechanics that argues for a particle property of light. In that same type of experiment, for the first time ever, we used gamma-rays. Quantum mechanics fails! We report the same sensational result with alpha-rays. Additionally, a new theory and a new interpretation of key historical experiments lead to replacing quantization with a threshold model.
Note: it is best to not refer to light as photons. Of course, E = hv is still correct, but in a threshold sense.
Here we reveal false assumptions applied to famous experiments that made people think that light was quantized. Also, here we analyze beam-split experiments similar to ours.
Who are we? It is Eric S Reiter, and help from friends. Studied physics at Sonoma State University 1977- 1980, and biology at San Francisco State U. While doing business as Computer Continuum 1980-1995 I produced laboratory and automation circuits and software for personal computers. Now I do Independent research and consulting. Published: Progress In Physics, SPIE What are Photons? conference 2015, Foundations of Mind conference 2016. My technical sculptures were well received at San Francisco's Exploratorium 1969-1974. Credit is given to my friend Ken Kitlas for many important consultations and donations toward the unquantum project.
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