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I would like to do a single slit experiment that has not been done to my knowledge. I would like have two triggers for the source emitter. One dead, one live. Each observer (it may take a few hundred) would choose a trigger but not know if they had sent a photon through or not. I want to see if the interference pattern that builds up is linked to the knowledge of the observer that more than one photon has been sent through the slit. If there is no interference then that would mean the wavefunction is real and not just a mathematical tool.
Re: Where can I find someone to do a new version of the single slit experiment?
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