Sunday, 14 June 2009

The Double Slit Experiment explained by a new quantum theory


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Video on the Double Slit Experiment.
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Only a completely new quantum theory on light and time will explain the two slit experiment. In Quantum Atom Theory light expands as a light sphere of quantized wave fronts. When a wave front comes in contact with the electrons on the surface of an atom it will collapse. Into a quantum particle that will have a position in space and time that the wave front never had before the collapse. Therefore we have a new quantum paricle in space and a new moment in time that is part of the time continuum created at the quantum level.

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In the Double Slit Experiment light will go through both slits creating two light spheres of quantized wave fronts.

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Diagram of the Two Slit Experiment, constructive and destructive interference between the waves will cause them to supper impose or cancel each other out.

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Diagram of the Double Slit Experiment with interference pattern. When this wave-particle function comes in contact with the screen it will collapse creating new moments in time and quantum particles in the shape of an interference pattern.
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When the observer turns on a detector to determine which slit a photon passes through the interference pattern collapses. This is because to observer the photon we have to create a photon electron coupling collapsing each wave front into a new quantum particle that will have its own position in space and time.
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When we turn the detector off we remove the photon electron coupling and in time the interference pattern will reform.

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Quantum wave particle function in the form of a Light sphere creating space and time at the quantum level.

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Understanding time is the key to understanding the two slit experiment. In this theory the wave function represents the time continuum at the most fundamental level. Time only moves forward because the probability of the wave function only works one way. We always know the position or momentum of a quantum particle in the past. The uncertainty principle of quantum mechanics is the same uncertainty that the observer will have with any future event.


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