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Topic: Particle Wave Theory of Universal Walkthrough
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Will Janoschka

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Re: Particle Wave Theory of Universal Walkthrough
Posted: Oct 2, 2012 9:41 PM
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On Tue, 2 Oct 2012 11:51:33, "G=EMC^2" <>

> On Oct 2, 12:46?am, Martin Michael Musatov
> <> wrote:

> > On Sep 30, 7:58?am, "" <>
> > wrote:> On 9/30/2012 9:40 AM, GEMC^2 wrote:
> >

> > > > Particles always travel in pairs. They hold a wave between them. They
> > > > wiggle it up and down. ?When the are very close together(gamma) the
> > > > wave wiggles fast ? When they are very far apart(radio) it wiggles
> > > > very slow. ?That is my twin particle wave theory that I came up with
> > > > when I needed an answer to the two slit experiment. That was 58 years
> > > > ago. ?TreBert

> >
> > > Solves the TWO SLIT experiment. After 58 years he's still working on the
> > > theory for the THREE SLIT experiments!

> >
> > Are there three of them?

> No 3 slits,but here is a kicker a million holes a single photon
> could go though at once. That is ticky stuff

Some times, You speak of a windowscreen with large holes.

With lotsa tiny holes, that mean lotsa squrming of that photon
to get through, then it gets ticky, tacky, or WTF over!!!!

This is true for most material with limited transmissivity
with absorption, and tiny holes. How did this shit get
through that stuff at all?

What is the size of a photon? Yes it can be and perhaps
is, everywhere, but how large is that puppy.

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