I mean basically what is the spin of these projectiles when they leave the apparatus if they have no spin they would be affected like a knuckleball and may achieve a percentage of placements. But if they become entangled during the process they may produce a more accurate pattern. Wonder what would happen with entangled particles? I feel like maybe it has to do with the apparatus firing the electrons almost like a tool mark. Have lengths and tolerances been changed or has it always been the same apparatus?

  • $\begingroup$ I mean what is this apparatus that none of us laymen can ever see except for in badly made you tube videos? $\endgroup$ Aug 6 at 3:54
  • $\begingroup$ I mean what if the separation in the double slit experiment coincides with the background radiation wave from the Bell lab experiments? How would one go about connecting those two? $\endgroup$ Aug 6 at 3:58
  • $\begingroup$ So Penzias and Wilson began looking for theoretical explanations. Around the same time, Princeton University physicist Robert Dicke theorized that if the universe was created according to the Big Bang theory, a low-level background radiation at around 3 degrees Kelvin would exist throughout the universe. Dicke had begun looking for evidence to support his theory when Penzias and Wilson got in touch with his laboratory. He visited Bell Labs and confirmed that the mysterious radio signal was indeed the cosmic background radiation — proof of the Big Bang. $\endgroup$ Aug 6 at 4:17


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