Wave-Particle Duality is Really Just Particles Making Waves in Aether
As aether deniers, quantum physicists have had to invent the wave-particle duality paradox to save their souls. In progressive physics, however, we view those particles as being microcosms immersed in a macrocosm that necessarily contains an infinite sea of still smaller particles (aether). My previous posts on the wave-particle duality nonsense were here and here. Now comes a fantastic video demonstrating exactly how silicon particles make waves (Thanks to Joel Morrison for the heads-up):
I guess we could say: Duh?! Our ship at sea analogy does the same thing. Particles are particles, no matter how small they are. Like all other things, quantum particles take up xyz space, influencing the macrocosm in which they exist. Morgan Freeman’s conclusion is messed up. He still thinks that there is wave-particle duality even though the particles before his eyes are distinctly separate from the waves they produce. This is completely different from Einstein's supposed "wave packets" he called photons. Those waves were within the photon, not outside of it. They traveled through completely empty space. This became particularly silly when the associated wave lengths of the electromagnetic radiation were in the meter to kilometer range. At least Morgan got one thing right: reality exists.