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No. If you are at rest with respect to the earth, you experience time the same way people on earth do. If you are at motion with respect to the earth, any kind of motion, you experience the time dilat …
answered Mar 13 '17 by glS
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If you are saying that one electron (at a time) is used in the experiment, than one electron (at a time) must be observed at all circumstances, basically by definition. When no detectors are used to …
answered Sep 2 '14 by glS