More of a question. What is the effect of relativity on the electrons if any? If the electrons are traveling at c (are they?) Then for an electron "no time passes" and any entity traveling at c has no dimension in the direction of motion. There always seems to be more surprise when the experimenters say "one at a time" but what does "one at a time mean" for a particle traveling at the speed of light. "Nothing happens" to a photon until it interacts with something. Is this significant or just a misunderstanding of physics. Has anyone done the experiment where they fired the electrons through the slit over a very long and extended duration. I would imagine it would make little difference. But firing the electrons one at a time a week apart gives an interesting look into the nature of that thing we call time.
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