Double Slit Questions Answerable

You have just proven that light is in fact a wave. The reason that this doesn’t work for different spectrums is because you are enacting upwards rectification (excitement) of the wave state of the atoms. The higher spectrums don’t interact, or have a compatible phase (frequency) with the atomic wave states of the material. This is just like how we can’t see higher spectrums. It is a wave, and the higher frequency propagation points are due to the wave-cycle for the emitter, where the phase points, or locations in cycle show up on the sheet just as you would expect a sine wave, or similar wave to behave.

This is provable with sound waves, where they stop interacting once you reach higher frequencies, because the combined, or interacting phase states allow the waves to as perception would have it pass through each-other; the truth is we don’t even know if they even really fully pass through each-other without interaction yet. Regardless, the frequency intervals are too high, or incompatible to really do anything with regards to measurable interaction. Here is a video representation of this, proving that light is in-fact a wave.

You can skip to about 1:20 in that link to watch the same non-phase interaction occur because the channel has been switched to a higher frequency interval (octave), but I would suggest that you watch the whole video.

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A Different Way To Look At Things

I have recently gotten into a discussion about wave functions with someone on reddit (Electro Boom), who is actually working on an experiment that is proving what I am saying, and it lead to a better explanation of some things, so I wanted to share it:

This is the video

This is the reddit discussion

Dr. Water Lewin replied to me that he isn’t interested in watching the new Video due to this reason… from ElectroBOOM

Here is a different way to look at it. This is in fact “new” physics to you and basically everyone else. We don’t have the correct understanding of physics in the first place. Please don’t get defensive. I’m trying to help you. There is no superposition. I have proven this, and yes. You do have to take quantum mechanics into account.

This is a video in the link below creating the wave state of a sphere using only sine waves. If you need me to explain exactly why this means there is no superposition I can. Please watch both in that link. It will change your understanding of things. Especially when you see that a water drop (field) can be made in such a way. Fields interact or combine based on their timing, phase, amplitude, and frequency, not superposition.

At some point this will become accepted information.

-I would suggest that you take this opportunity to experiment yourself and get ahead of the curve. You may even be able to help set us on the correct course as it is nearly impossible to get anyone to listen.

The field does in fact interact, and is constantly changing whether we perceive it or not. The difference in voltage is coming from opposing slots (read points) in comparison to the peaks of the wave-cycles for the field. A magnetic field has a wave cycle. Even if it is very fast. It is even possible that introducing a current affects it in such a way that the peaks will change as the atomic structures around it or in the circuit are influenced. A wave-cycle is the function of a sine, with peaks and drops, the read point is dependent on timing of the read, and the peaks and drops location on the circuit.

First video:

-You have both proven that this does take quantum mechanics into account.

Proof That There Is No Superposition (Dual State)

I don’t like the current language, because it is not overall correct.

If you were to do this experiment on a giant scale, say with the earth for the magnetic field, and a circuit around it, you would be able to actually see the peak timing changes if you kept introducing new reads, because it takes longer for larger fields to complete their cycles. This is the same reason that we can visually perceive movement of the aurora borealis.

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