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The COVID-19 emergency resulted in some amazing mathematical collaborations.

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The mystery of this experiment is revealed by the inverse relationship of time and matter noticed by the fact that when a "particle" leaves a mark in matter like a wave it acts in time like a particle when it leaves a mark in matter like a particle it acts in time like a wave. This was discovered when analysing experiment videos recorded by Nebraska Lincoln Univerisity's physics department in 2013 the experiment described by the British Royal Institution in the youtube lecture and by Akira Tonomura and his team at Hitachi in 1989. The way to make sense of this inverse relationship is the realisation that time while appearing to move forward in one dimension is only measured along one dimension but it is in fact 3 dimensional. I provide 3 new experiment variations to prove it and a unified field theory/theory of everything with robust logic and new mathematical formula (that describe exactly what mass is and gives the calculations for almost all standard model particles) on https://doubleslitsolution.weebly.com