Thursday, October 03, 2019

Modification of the Rational Interpretation of the Double Slit experiment

The Rational Interpretation suggests that space and distance themselves are relational, and that an electron can appear to be in "two places at once"

The reason is the photon comes in and out of existence due to it's speed. Once its observed or measured, the photon collapses into a singularity.

When a photon is to be captured by a molecule of chlorophyll a leaf in the production of energy, as the photon approaches the leaf, the photon may be thought of as a ball of energy coming in and out of existence thus appearing to be in "many places at once".   The photon immediately excites a chlorophyll molecule in the leaf thus forcing the photon to be measured or observed.  The photon finds the chlorophyll molecule instantly because the photon has already "tried" every other possible location due to the fact the photon is coming in and out of existence at various places in the ball, in our earth observable time line.

A photon takes a geographic shape as it travels due to its wave function. This traveling ball of energy time travels in a sense, in that it arrives and leaves at our observable time line.   This is due to the microscopically small distances in the diameter of he ball that require slightly different arrival times as it hits the chlorophyll molecule.   Because the photon is in many places at one, microscopically small distances in the diameter of he ball require slightly different arrival times as it hits the chlorophyll molecule.

When the photon hits the chlorophyll, the wave function collapses.  Same thing happens in the double slit experiment.  When you shine a light on the experiment, you've asked the photon to choose it's position and the wave function collapses.  It has found it's chlorophyll. Same thing when you take a picture: you've asked the photons in your exact observational reality to commit to your reality.  An infinite number of photons seamlessly and immediately come in and out of existence to replace the ones you killed.  Theoretically, if you had an infinite number of cameras, you could make it dark