On Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 7:26:21 AM UTC-7, Edward Prochak wrote:
> On Monday, March 12, 2018 at 11:33:15 PM UTC-4, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > Electron's positions jump and bond to the next shell without a cloud.
> This is a simplified view of what is happening in an atom.
> > How do electron clouds conduct to the next atom surface
> > in the phenomenon of electricity?
> First you are not clear. Are you discussing the electron cloud
> that forms around a hot filament (as in a light bulb)?
> the free electrons in a bulk material like a metal?
> (This second case is not usually called a cloud.)
> > Quantum mechanics hasn't known what it is talking about.
> Jumping to conclusions already.
> > Einstein knew better. QM clouds are not real. Particles
> > do have definite positions that move continuously.
> Einstein thought he knew better. But even he admitted
> that he could make mistakes and that nature has the
> final word.
> Under the right conditions they appear to follow
> clear trajectories, but in other cases, the word
> "definite" cannot be used.
> Watch again the Feynman lecture on the two slit experiment.
> > Quantum Mechanics has been a so called scientific
> > fairy tail...
> > No one should believe anymore that Einstein lost the
> > argument to the world...
> > Mitchell Raemsch
> Sorry but until you can explain the two slit experiment,
> Mother nature shows you are wrong.
Oh really Ed? There is a new interpretation of Two Slits...
Light waves at the slits are what collapse the waves of
electrons... Removing their wave interference
Without the light the electrons retain their full
size waves and continue to interfere...
That is why there are two results at the
detection screen. Observer Created Reality is out
like Einstein knew it had to be.