The Double Slit, And Why Light Is Still A Constant
The Double Slit Experiment:
Electrons and Light are acting differently because of issues in our conception of its operation. There is no phase cancellation. We are looking at light as if it’s a wave going out, and not at. The confusion is the perception.
Double slit is just seeing the waveform. It is not a wave horizontal as everyone seems to expect, but vertical, where the sine amplitudes have 1 location at a time. The location of light is based on the location of the sines current wavecycle, or peak. We are literally seeing this, but denying it is happening.
Might be able to further prove this with two electron emitters, only if there is an understanding that in certain cases the frequencies will begin to have new phase once through the slits (especially if excited by two different amounts – though this type of thing may only be readable in higher spectrums) – Also there may even be changes just because of interaction with the corners of the slits (rectification).
Basically, if there is an emitter for each slit, it should have the same result. If it doesn’t then it shows that light interacts with light – and the corners of the slit too.
Leaving two objects on the wall after one slit is literally a sine wave. They probably populate one after the other. Speed is so high we don’t see the inbetween catching across longer intervals of our perception of time, but why there is some room for placement inside of where it lands.
Electrons show a different result, because their frequencies are slower.
We are viewing the actual wavecycles of the objects we are sending through. Please see some of the videos I’ve recently posted if this is confusing. Visualizing sound with sound would be a good starting point with reference to this page.
Regarding my mention of reflection at the slit; The slits themselves might be acting as a form of rectification (amplification, or reduction in position) for the original wavelength, where reflection causes amplification of potential in area, but done so for a specific direction; where the particle itself exhibits no notable change. This meaning that the field holding the object of reflection together is also affecting the field of light.
If you are reading this, please pay more attention to frequencies.
On Bias and Rectification; Positions, location, frequency, and matter (Why light is still a constant):
Vibrations at low enough frequencies, or levels of rectification will interact with eachother if any phase state was changed, or they won’t appear to interact with eachother if they are equal or moving at high frequencies, because there is no phase difference for perfectly equal objects. Phase states can very often only briefly interact.
Phase adjustments are a form of rectification, where the combination of two frequencies results in the change to one; or changes in amplitude of the combined output, and can be done over cycles, where the phase is alternating between the cycles, and combinations between two groups can further affect the output.
I am still trying to determine why extreme intervals remain canceled out even when combined with lowest frequencies. It seems rectification becomes entirely more difficult at highest frequencies (shorter wavecycles). Rectification in general has become much easier to understand. I am beginning to look for ways to add bias into the functions, along with feedback. I think maybe the reason for high frequencies doing this is because at high enough intervals there’s really no difference between the group, or filling in the group, and this has begun to explain why frequency doesn’t always mean higher speed.
I have also begun looking for indicators of which types of things have these adjustment functions in real life.
Atomic, and quantum structures are more or less a circuit which interacts with other circuits.
Also; You can add a sine to almost anything to change the output. — We have put too much emphasis on phase grouping and group behavior for single light particles, and not enough on the interactions between objects and other objects, or anything with a magnetic field. Where the group function is just a single wave form. We don’t need to worry about the fact that there are two sines making one sine anymore. That is old information.
We need to start looking at how the single output interacts with other single outputs. I have a lot to say about this and will write more later. Yes light is still a constant. Even if it changes speeds.