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Mar
29
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
awarded  Commentator
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Apr
19
asked Are “timed” measurements actually revealing error-distributions of the measurement apparati?
Mar
26
asked How does the Double Slit Experiment work in detail?
Mar
20
comment Event-by-Event Simulation of Quantum Phenomena
Thanks you for the explanations. cheers
Mar
19
comment Event-by-Event Simulation of Quantum Phenomena
Did i get it right: the models can only be made to deliver the right/expected numbers because they exploit some "loopholes" which are believed to not exist in nature?
Mar
19
accepted Event-by-Event Simulation of Quantum Phenomena
Mar
19
comment Event-by-Event Simulation of Quantum Phenomena
any hints reg. what the availability of those discrete models means for the interpretations of quantum mechanics? Isn't this giving any insight behind the curtain of nature? just curious. thanks!
Mar
19
comment Event-by-Event Simulation of Quantum Phenomena
actually that is bad wording, i guess. In other words I mean: is this really an alternative way to calculate the expected outputs of the experiments ... in contrast to: an alternative explanation of the experiments. Are those just alternative/additional tools allowing to calculate the outputs/results in accordance with quantum mechanics? Not being a native speaker nor a scientist I'm struggling here to find the "correct" words ;) cheers
Mar
18
asked Event-by-Event Simulation of Quantum Phenomena
Mar
8
awarded  Editor