I saw some videos on quantum physics and reality and decided to watch a few of them to see what quantum physics is all about. I have studied just about everything except quantum physics so I thought this would be fun. I have studied other areas in physics but not quantum physics.
I picked a video with five geniuses with Ph.D.s from prestigious universities and who are teaching quantum physics at prestigious universities like Columbia. They got all the right degrees from all the right universities. Let me state that, at no time, did I have trouble understanding what they were saying.
They were discussing a little problem no one has been able to figure out since Einstein, almost 100 years ago. They noticed that, when measured, sub atomic particles, like electrons, behave like both waves and particles and they are trying to figure out whether the sub atomic particles are waves, particles, or some combination of both. They have been using primarily electrons to study this phenomenon. They were also trying to figure out whether their measuring devices like the "slit test" they use to show it is both a particle and a wave interfere with the particles they are measuring.
I got 44 minutes into a 1:38:43 video and God tapped me on the shoulder and said, "Thinking themselves wise, they have made themselves fools." Let me show you the answer to their questions, which the five of them didn't figure out in the more than 1.5 hour discussion.
We have known for a very long time that, when an electron passes through ANYTHING, even air, it creates an electromagnetic wave. When this wave passes through anything electrons can flow through, it causes electrons to move or flow. This simple fact in physics is the basis for antennas used for wireless communications.
Therefore, electrons create these waves and these waves effect and move electrons so that we have both a particle and a wave moving together. Don't forget that, it is the basis for everything the geniuses can't figure out.
When the electron is fired at their two slit measuring device and passes through one of the two slits, the electromagnetic wave it generates as it passes through the air will pass through both of the slits. The wave will be broken up by the two slits in to two smaller waves, which will over lap, like any wave passing through two slits creating what is called a wave interference pattern. This pattern causes electromagnetic areas on the back side of the slits which are strong and other areas where there is no wave. The strong points in the wave will affect the flight of the electron pulling the electron to strike the target only where the wave is strong and not where the two waves have neutralized each other, you know, just like the electron controlling devices on a cathode ray tube. This causes a particle impact on the target causing the humans to think the electron acts like both a particle and a wave.
The truth is that the electron is only a particle that is influenced by the electromagnetic wave it generates when the wave is distorted by objects causing our geniuses to THINK the electron is acting like a wave when it is just being affected by the wave it creates.
This also answers their second question in that, yes, the measuring device is definitely interfering with the particle they are measuring.
See how easy that was to figure out? Now why have they not been able to figure that out in the last 100 years when I got it in 44 minutes?
Because they are too busy listening to each other and themselves to listen to God and I listen to God, who knows everything.
Just think about that. If they had been listening to God instead of to each other and themselves, they could have saved themselves 100 years of wasted thinking and we would be much better developed by now. But, hey, at least they all got the right degrees at the right universities and can impress each other. They can't figure anything out but they can impress each other.
John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.