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accepted Slowing down the double slit experiment
Mar
22
comment Slowing down the double slit experiment
@glanc thanks! "it would most probably disprove the whole quantum mechanical formalism quantum mechanical formalism". I sure hope enough people are trying that already ;) For science!
Mar
22
comment Slowing down the double slit experiment
@Void thanks for the explanation! cheers
Mar
21
comment Slowing down the double slit experiment
Hmm, along which theoretical lines can we actually rule out that f.e. (just a very layman idea!!!) the 'space' between the slits and the detector is contributing to the 'accumulation' of the interference pattern?
Mar
21
comment Slowing down the double slit experiment
@Void any hints towards experiments trying to minimizing the number of photons used in the double slit experiment and still being able to show interference in a statistically significant way? What is the current lower bound?
Mar
21
comment Slowing down the double slit experiment
@glance is this something actually experimentally verified?
Mar
21
awarded  Yearling
Mar
21
asked Slowing down the double slit experiment
Feb
23
comment What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
Thanks anyway ;)
Feb
23
revised What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
restated to give more focused scope as requested
Feb
23
comment What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
@MarkMitchison I'm sure that is misunderstood due to my imprecise wording, but I'm not after falsification of predictions following from quantum mechanics. I'm more after 'the ways' in which maybe experiments failed... IF all those failures are due to practical/engineering issues so be it; I'm after those which failed and thus provided hints/insights towards ways to move on...
Feb
23
awarded  Commentator
Feb
23
comment What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
@Sofia got it. will do.
Feb
23
comment What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
What about experiments which expected to work out but didn't? It is a reoccurring theme in science-criticism to encourage publication (of data) of 'failed' experiments. Any available overviews about those in the field? The 'unexpected failures' so to say...
Feb
23
comment What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
@Martin K, fair enough. I did not think about how our experimental setups are always bound to fail at some point.
Feb
23
comment What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
@sofia maybe that's the point: I'm not looking for a definition of QME. That's available and will be refined over time I'm sure. I'm after the 'boundaries' and 'limitations' of QME we found out about. Again, trivially speaking along the lines of: 'It does not work under water' ;)
Feb
23
comment What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
@Martin yes,every experiment breaks and that's what I am looking for: a (layman) explanation/overview of the conditions those experiments break. I hope there are some insights in the way they break missing in the current layman descriptions of QM Entanglement. Granted maybe I'm too a layman to be even able to state a question here ;)
Feb
23
comment What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
@Sofia being a layman in this particular field of science I'm sure my wording is not connecting immediately ;) Anyway, I'm quite sure ppl. working on QM Entanglement found out more profound and meaningful insight's in the 'negative' space than 'it is not a chair'.
Feb
23
asked What Quantum Entanglement is NOT?
Jan
9
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