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A Quantum Physics Experiment

A Tract Book Essay

By

Anthony J. Fejfar, J.D., Esq., Coif

© Copyright 2006 by Anthony J. Fejfar

In Quantum Physics the Double Slit Experiment is constructed and

operated in such a way that it proves that there is a diffusion pattern of light

which is produced non-locally-at-a-distance which defies normal Newtonian

scienftific expectations. Previously, I have argued that the only real

subatomic particle is the quantum particle, and that the quantum particle can

change valence and form depending upon the meaning injected into the

experiment. In other words, meaning affects reality.

I argue that it is possible that quantum particles can be “trained” by

meaning in such a way as to produce statistically significant results. In

other words, I argue that the form or valence of a quantum particle can

change depending upon the meaning found in the experimental situation. In

order to prove this scientifically I argue that a revised double slit experiment

can be conducted which will prove my hypothesis. I simply assert that if

the slit used in the double slit experiment is gradually narrowed, that there

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will still be an unexpected result of light diffusion on the screen found past

the double slit board. I argue that if quantum particles are trained

appropriately that the double slit themselves could be gradually closed and

that there would still be a light diffusion pattern found on the screen non-

locally-at-a-distance. My argument is that if such a result is not found at

first, it is simply because the quantum particles have not been properly

trained by meaning. I invite those who have access to the double slit

experiment equipment to try my experiment. The experimenter should use

active visualization and computer modeling to show the expected non-local

result in advance.

Finally, I would ask the experimenter to test the display board

showing the light diffusion pattern in order to see if atomic or molecular

change has taken place, not just subatomic change.