Quantum Physics


An Objection to Copenhagen Interpretation and an Explanation of the Two-Slit Experiment from the Viewpoint of Waviness.

Authors: Yoshio Kishi, Seiichiro Umehara

We suggest that the electron is a wave in the whole process between the electron gun and the sensor. Between the two-slit and the sensor, the following two phenomena happen to the waves: interference and Fraunhofer diffraction. Due to these two phenomena, a considerably sharp shape of wave is finally made in front of the sensor, and a bright spot appears on the sensor. The experiment result that a bright spot appears at random can be explained by the abovementioned two phenomena and the "fluctuation" of the potential energy that the filament of the biprism makes. All are the wave motion phenomena, and, put simply, the particle called an electron does not exist.

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[v1] 2 Feb 2008

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