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Dual Slit Interferometry
By: Thomas Lee Abshier, ND

Analysis of the Dual Slit Interferometer Experiment and Considering the DP Sea:

Passing a single electron through a dual slit (closely spaced) produces an interference pattern.  This is an unexpected result, and has led to the concept of the wave-particle duality.  Physicists have surrendered to the Quantum Mechanical explanations of such phenomenon, where electrons are treated as probabilities rather than as particles which behave in a probabilistic way.  

The wave-particle duality disappears when we see that the free electron produces a swath of polarized DPs surrounding its path of travel.  The intensity of the polarization of the DP Sea decreases as the inverse square (1/r²) of the distance from the free electron.  As the electron approaches the dual slit, a portion of the polarized volume goes through both slits and distorts the volume of polarized space.  The slit itself, being comprised of charged particles, modifies the path of the polarized space, causing it to spread out.  The result is essentially two volumes of space, both polarized, with a free electron associated with this polarized space.  There will be a statistical distribution resulting in the location of the free electron and its associated volumes of polarized DP Sea after it passes through the dual slits.  Again, this distribution will result from the dislocation of the free electron (via the DP jump) due to the resultant intensity pattern of polarized DP volumes that form after passing through the dual slits.

The interference pattern produced by the single electron as it passes through the dual slit interferometer shows how the electron can produce a phenomenon similar to more overt wave phenomenon such as the wave-table.  But as seen above, the electron is actually a particle, and the entrained particles around it produce the interactions with matter that cause it demonstrate a wave-like effect.