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  1. #1 Double slit experiment variances/method of photon measurement 
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    It has been proposed by member FAS that the reason for the change from the classical interference pattern in the double slit experiment from the single photon wave-form pattern to a discrete particle pattern (single impact via one and only one of the slits) when a detector is interposed is that the detector itself imposes a funneling effect because of its own EM, even though that EM is miniscule. He proposed that a NON-detector minor EM source be imposed in the slit vicinity to rule out this extraneous component as a reason for the redefinition of the photon wave INTO a particle expression.
    My question is: HAS THIS NOT ALREADY BEEN CONSIDERED IN PAST REPETITIONS OF THE EXPERIMENT??
    JC HARDY


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