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Eric S Reiter
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Eric S Reiter[Updated 6 years ago]

A photon should go one way or another in a beam-split coincidence experiment.  My experiments clearly defy this rule.  Pulses are full height, and indicates a two-for-one effect.  However, this unquantum effect does not defy energy conservation; it shows energy can pre-exist in a partially loaded state: the loading theory.  The experiment was done many ways.  A similar set of experiments were performed with alpha-rays, showing that a non-particle matter-wave can load-up to its atomic particle threshold.  These experiments show the flaw of quantum mechanics and resolve the wave-particle paradox.