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In 2002 my gamma-ray beam-split coincidence experiments clearly defied the photon model and the Born rule, thereby resolving the wave particle paradox.  In 2005 my similar experiments with splitting alpha-rays show that an atom can be split like a wave.  Therefore matter has been shown to have two states: the contained wave of the atom can unravel and act like a wave.  These are the only clear experiments that challenge quantum mechanics.  It is explained by the long abandoned Loading Theory (LT).  My writings explain how past experiments were misinterpreted, and an enhanced Loading Theory.   <span style="font-family: inherit;">Please see http:./www.thresholdmodel.com.</span>
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In 2002 my gamma-ray beam-split coincidence experiments clearly defied the photon model and the Born rule, thereby resolving the wave particle paradox.  In 2005 my similar experiments with splitting alpha-rays show that an atom can be split like a wave.  Therefore matter has been shown to have two states: the contained wave of the atom can unravel and act like a wave.  These are the only clear experiments that challenge quantum mechanics.  It is explained by the long abandoned Loading Theory (LT).  My writings explain how past experiments were misinterpreted, and an enhanced Loading Theory.
  
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* [[http://www.thresholdmodel.com Homepage]]
  
 
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Revision as of 17:28, 19 March 2019

Eric S Reiter
Eric S Reiter
Born (1950-03-08)March 8, 1950
Residence Pacifica , CA, United States
Nationality USA
Known for Wave-particle duality, Quantum physics
Scientific career
Fields Independent researcher

In 2002 my gamma-ray beam-split coincidence experiments clearly defied the photon model and the Born rule, thereby resolving the wave particle paradox.  In 2005 my similar experiments with splitting alpha-rays show that an atom can be split like a wave.  Therefore matter has been shown to have two states: the contained wave of the atom can unravel and act like a wave.  These are the only clear experiments that challenge quantum mechanics.  It is explained by the long abandoned Loading Theory (LT).  My writings explain how past experiments were misinterpreted, and an enhanced Loading Theory.

Experimental Work

External Links

Abstracts