4. The double-gap experiment


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  • Photons are both matter (particles) and non-matter (waves)

  • On the role of random events from the quantum physics aspect

  • In the double-gap test, a photon can go through both gaps simultaneously

  • It is impossible to specify the speed and location of a photon at the same time

  • Not only photons, but also matter produces the wave pattern!

  • Why the moon is still there if nobody is looking at it