Suppose we perform a double-slit experiment with a detector placed at a position of minimum intensity (maximum destructive interference), off-center where the path lengths differ by half a wavelength. The light source is alternately turned on and off (or blocked and unblocked near the source) and the intensity over time is recorded. I interpret the uncertainty principle to mean that there will be a peak in intensity at the times when the switch is flipped (whether on-to-off or off-to-on). i.e., it will look something like this (in ASCII art):
Is this correct? I have had trouble convincingly explaining my reasons for thinking so. What will be the measured intensity over time and why?