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Dec
31
accepted How does scattering work?
Dec
31
comment How does scattering work?
@MartyGreen, Kitchi is correct. The original motivation for my question stemmed from considering Rayleigh scattering, but I was wondering how a "particle" moving in a "straight line" can scatter as if it were waving all over the place.
Dec
30
asked How does scattering work?
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
13
awarded  Yearling
Aug
1
accepted How come a photon acts like it has mass in a superconducting field?
Aug
1
asked How come a photon acts like it has mass in a superconducting field?
Jul
21
comment Why Gravity attracts all objects with the same speed?
Great answer. Nitpick, though: you can sometimes prove that two quantities are exactly equal. For example, we know that electrons are identical due to their interference. I can't think of a way to do such a thing measuring gravity, but hey, never say never.
Jul
10
accepted How can coupling with the higgs field slow a particle down?
Jul
10
asked How can coupling with the higgs field slow a particle down?
Jul
7
accepted Quantum spin in a rotating reference frame
Jul
7
accepted Why Pauli exclusion instead of electrons canceling out?
Jul
7
asked Why Pauli exclusion instead of electrons canceling out?
Jul
7
asked Quantum spin in a rotating reference frame
Jul
6
accepted Can a super-positioned human be used to differentiate between the Copenhagen interpretation and many-worlds?
Jun
24
revised Non-localities in Wilsonian effective action
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Jun
24
suggested suggested edit on Non-localities in Wilsonian effective action
Jun
15
awarded  Commentator
Jun
15
comment Can a super-positioned human be used to differentiate between the Copenhagen interpretation and many-worlds?
I'm aware that the "photon gun" experiment would be nearly impossible. I'm wondering about the principle of the matter. If it makes you feel any better, you can consider the experiment where the "photon gun" is actually a massive finely tuned table of some sort that the human moves along a sliding track into position, or something along those lines.
Jun
14
revised Can a super-positioned human be used to differentiate between the Copenhagen interpretation and many-worlds?
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