This was a good one, I don't know why it was rejected. I guess I don't have enough karma or something. Albert would have liked it, so would Neils.
The New Scientist(7 day free trial) ran an article about an experiment that claimed to overthrow Bohr's complementarity principle. By putting a wire grid where the minima should have been in a double slit experiment and not observing a change in the particle nature of the light, this experiment said (IMO) you could see light as both particles and waves at the same time.
To me is seems like a complement to complementarity, a cool experiment but not one that needs to be seen as threatening a world view.
I've been lurking for years and rarely posting anonymously
I haven't gained confidence in all the options, the feedback doesn't always seem appropriate but I'm guessing this will come with experience
I haven't looked at anyone elses journal. This is a test. It is only a test. If it were a real journal entry
6 Aug. It looks like I can edit ex post facto
"Pascal is Pascal is Pascal is dog meat." -- M. Devine and P. Larson, Computer Science 340