The error at the Dualslit experiment
The
old resp. the present interpretation:
“When
an electron beam is led on two slits parallelly located, then
one gets a diffraction picture at the screen behind
that dualslit, at which
maxima and minima of intensities are changing. This result
shows the wave properties of electrons: from every slit
circular waves start running and overlapping. Intensity maxima
and intensity minima of diffraction pattern are given like
with electromagnetic waves of light by this interference.
If
intensity of electron beam is decreased, that picture
dissolves into single points. This only can be
interpreted, if one thinks the electron to be a particle.
Every point on the screen then corresponds to one hit
of an electron. (This is the
cardinal error!)
One
cannot predict exactly when a determined electron hits at one
determined position. But one can make probability
statements. They correspond to the distribution of
intensity of diffraction pattern."^{1
}
This
opinion the high school students are learning. So they are
early confused. Later they don't understand nothing any more.
Why don't they? The complete text is wrong. How should it be right,
if one would correct it following my solutions?
My
new resp. the correct interpretation:
"When
an electron beam is led on two slits parallelly located, then
one gets a diffraction picture at the screen behind
that dualslit, at which maxima and minima of intensities of
interactions are changing. This
result shows that special property of electrons, they
could emit waves (and receive them): from
every slit circular waves start running and overlapping (corresponding
to the principle of Huygens).
Intensity maxima and intensity minima of diffraction pattern
are given like with electromagnetic waves of light by this interference.
If
intensity of electron beam is decreased, that picture
dissolves into single points. This only can be
interpreted if one thinks every hit to be the interaction between the wave quanta. Every
point on the screen then corresponds to the hit of an effect
of the wave quanta of the electron.
One
cannot predict exactly when a determined
interaction hits at one determined
position. But one can make probability statements. They
correspond to the distribution of intensity of diffraction
pattern."
However,
the electrons fly undiscovered and unflustered on their
invisible orbit. They don't have any hits directly able to be
indicated!
In this fine
difference the cardinal error of the quantum physics is
wellfounded!
Where
are the electrons gone after hitting then? They were caught by
the interaction of their wave quanta  invisibly!
Summary:
Hit points while small intensity are not the reflection of
particles themselves. But they are the reflection of the
interaction of their wave energy fields! Therefore there isn't
any problem. The present problem is only made by wrong
postulate going without reason from the observation of wave
functions with high intensity to the observation of
"particles" when intensity decreased, although this
must be wave functions, too! The whole generation of
physicists was confused by that observation of dots. But those
dots are not the particle reflection themselves!!
The
basic question however is: Why should this suddenly be
particles when above in illustration there were still waves?
There's
already one proof if you correctly interpret this facts:
When a
single electron is accelerated to the dualslit then the
reflections on the screen behave just as you see when one
single photon was flying there. Both seem to have the same
behavior. If the electron was a wave itself then it seems to
distribute itself to the slits and to interfere with itself. A
real particle as a corpuscle cannot part itself. Just a wave
like the photon as an electromagnetic wave can part itself.
The electron has a quality which is a wave. Where does the
quality come? Does the quality be the same as the particle?
Following
my theory, the electron makes its own waves while its movement
receiving and sending them. Expressed in quanta, these are the
photons of the electromagnetism and the fallons of the
gravitomagnetism. The photon and the fallon can make
elementary waves at different slits which interfere then with
each other. Therefore the electron is the oscillator of the
waves. It is not the wave itself although it is just flying!
Photons
are not particles! Electrons aren't waves! Photons are wave
quanta. Electrons are particles, which in movement
produce and exchange gravitational waves made by their moving
masses (gravitomagnetic waves) and electromagnetic waves made
by their moving electric charges.
Let's
compare it simply:
 A
handy telephone was to compare with a light transmitter. I
hold it tight, and it transmits and receives the waves
which are running through the double slit. This was to
compare with photons and their interference.
 Another
handy was to compare with the flying electron. I throw it
through one of the dualslits while it is in transmission
 while it transmits and receives waves. And these waves
behave just like the photons above.
Who
still lacks here understanding?
We need
a transmitter and a receiver for the light. Both are standing
still. The waves are free. We examine their behavior by the
examination of the photons.
We need
a transmitter and a receiver for matter waves. The elementary
particle itself is this oscillator. It produces the matter
waves while it is flying. We examine the behavior of these
waves. However, we haven't really taken the particle into
consideration at all! You may not think the particle away, and
you may not explain it to be the wave itself!
1  Schroedel: Chemie heute, Sekundarbereich II,
illustration "Exkurs", page 33
