People See the Double-slit Experiment for the First Time

Dheeraj Chohan
Dheeraj Chohan

With electron as moving particle maths function is factor on hitting wall

17 時間 前
FED UPPERSON
FED UPPERSON

Did they disguise the viewer so they can truly tell if the electrons knew if someone was watching? I mean im sure it's just interference from static right?

日 前
BlackeyeI Crekjavika
BlackeyeI Crekjavika

Lol are they interdimensional particles? They don't seperate in our observable plane but in order to keep true they resort to temporarily spliting in another omnipresent dimension. So on the technicality they can and cannot be.  Idk :/

2 日 前
The Quantum Nerd
The Quantum Nerd

Wave-particle duality still amazes me. I'm taking physics on my master's.

2 日 前
Hashslingingslasher
Hashslingingslasher

Physicists were completely BAFFLED by this Random girl: "I'M BAFFLED BY THIS!" sounds like a morning show host

2 日 前
TheCleansingx
TheCleansingx

You can make sense of this because of the limitations of your nature.

2 日 前
bigboyusa3
bigboyusa3

its just another pointless video just like all of the other videos on you tube most are pointless but some are pretty good  !!!

2 日 前
reuben dolby
reuben dolby

the experiment was a trick a hox. a small bead was used to fracture the light into multiple rays. light is just the frequency change resulting in resistance of path of least resistance. If one substance has a positive charge and another negative then two will change frequency at the same exact time. the double slot experiment can not be replicated and never has been. when you call internationally you are creating a negative charge on one end and a positive on the other. the path of least resistance is the phone line because of the optical cable. so nothing flows through the cable and no time is taken to reach the other end.

3 日 前
reuben dolby
reuben dolby

the experiment was a trick a hox. a small bead was used to fracture the light into multiple rays. light is just the frequency change resulting in resistance of path of least resistance. If one substance has a positive charge and another negative then two will change frequency at the same exact time. the double slot experiment can not be replicated and never has been. when you call internationally you are creating a negative charge on one end and a positive on the other. the path of least resistance is the phone line because of the optical cable. so nothing flows through the cable and no time is taken to reach the other end. the detectors can even use the laser to power them because they need to vibrate more and the laster is vibrating a lot because it has a batter powering it. so basically there is no photon. if any dust is in the way and needs to the positive charge then between the laser the dust and the detectors instantly equalise as one. if you notice this is a cartoon and not a real experiment. that's because it's a hox and real science doesn't back up any of it

3 日 前
trkrla 51
trkrla 51

What I see is one of two things or both. The observer is having a direct effect (pulse/push) on matter thus making it react other than expected or their is intelligence in matter. Just a thought!

3 日 前
trkrla 51
trkrla 51

So electronic waves (atoms) in the two slit experiment act the same as water waves (atoms). Waves are waves...so far so good! Let's continue! Ok!... so...h.t.f.?

3 日 前
Joseph Reynaldo
Joseph Reynaldo

No actual experiment was observed in this video. Show us the real deal. Pleaseee im dying to see the real experimenr

3 日 前
coco
coco

I took 2 semesters of physics but never understood this experiment. Amazing.

3 日 前
woah
woah

the first theory was incorrect, theres something moving it that we haven't figured out yet.

4 日 前
Aaradhya Kondawar
Aaradhya Kondawar

its a logical experiment bcoz of de Broglie's hypothesis as electron has more of wave nature than particle nature. It explains dual nature of matter.

4 日 前
Ayush Aggarwal
Ayush Aggarwal

It's not aware.... Pleas explain that ahead in the video.. beginning is good Why not explain all the way..? to observe them we throw light or some field on them That restricts them and they behave like particles.. If not interfered with and left to roam independent they behave like waves...

4 日 前
bombarda 89
bombarda 89

You do not have to be a physicist to understand human reactions, but rather of interested observers

4 日 前
Faiyyz
Faiyyz

6:06😂

5 日 前
PaddingtonBear4
PaddingtonBear4

Excellent idea to make this video! Their reactions show them the difference between doctrinal thinking and scientific thinking. "Something that didn't make sense in the physical world." Particle-wave duality and observation influences the state of a system are nothing less and nothing more than physical phenomena. We don't make sense of phenomena in the physical world, but in our minds. It is our misunderstanding of the physical world we live in that is the problem, not the physical world. "There is no answer at the end of this video." Yes, there is. The answer is that our classical-mechanics assumptions about the laws of physics are false. At the micro scale, the world is functioning by other, counter-intuitive rules, which science is in the process of uncovering. At larger scale, we observe certain statistical consequences of these quantum laws, that to us appear to obey the rules of classical mechanics. More or less like a flower that is red, yet none of the atoms that compose the flower is painted in any color.

5 日 前
Leverquin
Leverquin

so electrons works as waves not matter?

5 日 前
Leverquin
Leverquin

there is one game Dwarf Fortress and i never learn to do this : http://dwarffortresswiki.org/index.php/DF2014:Double-slit_method still have no idea :D

5 日 前
oldcowbb
oldcowbb

We all think we know how the world works until dr quantum shows up

5 日 前
Koehli _
Koehli _

in my opinion this is where psychology and physics meet.

5 日 前
Kamakia Peter
Kamakia Peter

His old are you my dear?

5 日 前
zukodude487987
zukodude487987

Why do you wear granny clothing all the time? Weird sweaters with a shirt under, you stuck in the past or what?

6 日 前
István Szennai
István Szennai

okay so a few clearups: this animation does more harm than good. The electron doesn’t ‘know’ whether it’s observed or not. The explanation behind this phenomenon is that one can’t tell the exact position of the electron, only a probability distribution (so-called wave function) of where it might be. This wave function is what interferes with itself.

6 日 前
Zach Cia
Zach Cia

I didn't read through all the comments, so I'm unsure if anyone else wondered this. Is the animation from a documentary called 'What the bleep do we know? Down the rabbit hole'?

7 日 前
Kev Larr
Kev Larr

Possibilities are endless!

7 日 前
Kev Larr
Kev Larr

It is like many things do we actually know matter exists if not it is theory and thus probability or pseudoscience exists...maybe!?

7 日 前
Rick T
Rick T

what the heck is going on with those eye brows

8 日 前
Matthew Frein
Matthew Frein

Is it not possible that even a single electron travels on a wave thus opening up all probabilities? Has an experiment been done to maximize one probability over another and see what pattern develops? It wouldn't make much sense for the electron to exist as a piece of matter with mass that can convert into a wave when interfered with by a light source. The results of the experiment suggest the experiment itself is flawed.

8 日 前
Genji Shimada
Genji Shimada

No, the observer changed all the different particles around changing how the electron behaved

8 日 前
bernard_hossmoto
bernard_hossmoto

Wave–particle duality? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wave%E2%80%93particle_duality

9 日 前
Mark Vincent Ordiz
Mark Vincent Ordiz

is it connected to a case that when i look at the screen with many rhombus-like slit the object after the scree/wall with slit becomes two

9 日 前
Saptarshi Chatterjee
Saptarshi Chatterjee

To understand this, all you need to do is go to HighSchool! Trust me when I say this is simple!

10 日 前
sour mash
sour mash

its a prank bra.

10 日 前
Andre Cruz Márquez
Andre Cruz Márquez

This video is a MEME itself

11 日 前
stephenmwyatt2
stephenmwyatt2

do not be a physicist

11 日 前
blackbombchu
blackbombchu

If real life worked like the Coraline movie where you can go torugh a tunnel and get to the exact same coordinate position, yet you're in a different place but you learned that since you were 2, you would be like, that's just what the laws of physics are and if somebody else waits until an older age to experience it, they will just make assumptions for no reason but just because they strongly believe the universe doesn't work that way doesn't mean they won't observe it work that way. Similarly, you just have to accept that the universe follows quantum laws and that in a lot of situations, it quite accurately simulates general relativity and all that time before, you were in a situation that prevented you from observing a violation in general relativity but I read on a ResearchGate page that some people sometimes observed a buckyball under a microscope and other times people observed interference patterns in them. According to one possible interpretation, the way it works it a already had a long range wave function and then another particle can collapse its wave function before it goes through the slit. It's possible that the fundamental laws of our universe is actually a Conway's game of life and any computable universe no matter how wierd it is can be simulated by some finite initial state of Conway's game of life. It may in theory be possible for anyone to derive a contradiction in general relativity from their observations as described in my question at https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/426600/can-we-easily-observe-a-violation-of-classical-mechanics.

12 日 前
Jay P
Jay P

quantum worrld need to be at absolute zero ? Am i wrong ? Bose-Einstein experiment was really close but not at absolute zero .... like quantum computing

12 日 前
Jay P
Jay P

0:45 MA mamamamamamamamamama MAX HEADROOM!!

12 日 前
Alonso V
Alonso V

meth

12 日 前
Jeff Hallatt
Jeff Hallatt

Ahhh But it Does make sense !!!

13 日 前
Zoltán Kürti
Zoltán Kürti

The funny animation is already wrong when they disn't show that with waves there is already an interference pattern with only one slit. The second slit only adds some extra detail in the pattern.

13 日 前
Anal Rampage
Anal Rampage

Sounds dirty lol

13 日 前
davydiver
davydiver

Reference the Feynman lectures on physics. In order to "observe" the electron behavior, they had to shine light on the particles. That is what caused the disruption. There is no magic here, simply that at the time, we didn't have a way to observe the electrons; a medium to shoot at them, that didn't disturb the system...

13 日 前
Donald
Donald

How have they never heard of this experiment? In Germany we learn about it in school and according to the comment section, the US is no different. And surely they must have heard about wave-particle duality before aswell. I feel like they are just faking reactions.

14 日 前
spim randsley
spim randsley

tibees, izzat yer brother, the one who's really into hairstyle?

14 日 前
John Lawton
John Lawton

I dislike this video because because it treats observation as a passive action. When we observe thing its because light waves bounce of objects stationary or in motion. Ordinary light waves have significatntly less mass or energy then the thing we observe. In this instance the mechanism for observation introduces more energy then the item being observed. Aka it would be like watching a car if light waves had the mass of bowling balls. Its going to influence the path and speed of the thing being observed.

14 日 前
Mr. Sarcastic
Mr. Sarcastic

Isn't youngs' experiment taught in High Schools

15 日 前
Theeraphat Sunthornwit
Theeraphat Sunthornwit

Just like when i observe my wife bathing.

15 日 前
Sacred Geometry Music
Sacred Geometry Music

To be more accurate, observation is the process of objectification of the field of infinite possibilities, in other words, it means to divide the part from the whole, the process of particularisation of the wave of the see of possibilities means that the wave become an object, becomes matter. To do that consciousness has to enter into the circuit of subject-object perception, which isn't a fundamental structure in the conscious awareness, but a contingent one. This means that everything is just a play of the consciousness, which manifests all its infinite possibilities, which overlap one with another, from the universal point of view, which are multiple, one, and nothingness at the same time. But from the particular point of view, of course, there's just one possibility manifesting.

16 日 前
PaddingtonBear4
PaddingtonBear4

Fine. Now, can you put that in mathematical formulas for me, please?

5 日 前
Chalo Ynclán
Chalo Ynclán

electrons are very strange people

18 日 前
tooth fairy
tooth fairy

These people in the video don’t half make stupid comments

18 日 前
Night Fury
Night Fury

i thought it was pronounced NEEETher not NAAAAIIITher

19 日 前
mike4ty4
mike4ty4

It's called "dialectical variation". English has dialects, and words are pronounced differently in some versus others. I say "neither" as "neeether", too, but neither (pun not ORIGINALLY intended :) ) is more or less "valid" than the other.

16 日 前
SS19
SS19

Damn you Tibees

20 日 前
BLACKMALE
BLACKMALE

Her voice is soothing

21 日 前
L P
L P

If electrons were waves you would shine two lasers on to each other and you would get interference........Unless the electron is surfing on to some wave....i think the double slit experiment is one giant cock up...a false positive.

23 日 前
L P
L P

I dont believe this at all.....I believe the electrons, follow an invisible scaffold created either artificially by the experimental apparatus , perhaps sound waves....or something in the fabric of space....Electrons do not behave like a wave then change when you try to detect them LOL....

23 日 前
Sai. Deepak
Sai. Deepak

@ 3.51 Are electron matters? The real question is do electrons matter? Haha! very funny sentence

23 日 前
Wesco Burla
Wesco Burla

YDSE

25 日 前
Andy Spark
Andy Spark

Isn't this experiment a part of High School education ? Oh, i forgot, US schools are not interested in science. They use Fahrenheit, PSI, miles and other nonsense. And the result of it, was presented in this video.

26 日 前
American Citizen
American Citizen

The high schools are too busy teaching you that polar bears are drowning because of global warming. Next, you go on a university to be politically brainwashed by the Leftists.

5 日 前
oldcowbb
oldcowbb

imperial unit can be inconvenient, but definitely not nonsense

5 日 前
Deconverted Man
Deconverted Man

you shouldn't use the experiment from that cartoon... "dr quantum" is part of a wacky "documentary"

26 日 前
ANIME FREAK
ANIME FREAK

Answer to this was solved by de Broglie.... the famous theory of dual nature of matter.

27 日 前
Spencer Schmidt
Spencer Schmidt

Leaving to find a video of the topic without commentary

29 日 前
sywaddr11
sywaddr11

Let us exam the character of electric…… Moving electrics will create magnetic field. What about light…… Light emits in all directions as a ball. Both give a field interactive as waving. Wave is a phenomenon of objects interfering with each other.

29 日 前
Knowledge Enthusiast
Knowledge Enthusiast

Maybe those Electrons change their form into a wave like when we increase the frequency of a sound wave by converting it into electricity using mic and by using transistor for switching which ultimately make the frequency 15000Hz to 18000Hz after which those signals when passes through Copper wire/Coil will be converted into ELECTROMAGNETIC signals which are nothing but WAVES in Atmosphere. OR Maybe Quantum Physics Could be EXPLAINED using OTHER Higher DIMENSION like 4th or Multiple.

ヶ月 前
Anh N
Anh N

This was also the only interesting thing I´ve heard in my physics class

ヶ月 前
Farhan Ziauddin
Farhan Ziauddin

After 6:12..... Best leave it to God or spacemen bruh

ヶ月 前
John HUNTER
John HUNTER

I made it to 5:22 ... ye gods ... it would be so much better if you left out all the human actors (oops) participants, and just got on with it.

ヶ月 前
Matthew Talia
Matthew Talia

I normally hate 'reaction videos' but when applied to the double-slit experiment it was intriguing. Unfortunately the Dr Quantum video is plagued by misinformation and almost borders on pseudoscience babble. Its a great example of when science communication focuses too much on entertainment and misses the precision needed for a complete understanding. It may actually do more harm than good.

ヶ月 前
babyrazor
babyrazor

because "matter" is an illusion produced by the limitation of your senses. in "reality" all matter, if you could visualize it, instead of having sharp edges, would be like ripples on a pond but radiating in all directions. do you think reality to a moth is the same as yours? more than likely you think that a moths reality is more "simplified" than yours/humans. But what makes you think your comprehension is the end all and be all of what "reality" really is? in point of fact in a sense your just as limited as the moth to the truth of "reality" but perhaps just a baby step ahead of the moths. or visa versa. eh?

ヶ月 前
Gettin Bigger
Gettin Bigger

sounds like libtard

ヶ月 前
Anjishnu
Anjishnu

Waiting for conspiracy theorists to stumble upon this video.

ヶ月 前
Shekhar kumar
Shekhar kumar

Hey... I thought I'm good in physics but now I'm realizing that there's still miles to go... ☺😊👌😎❤💪

ヶ月 前
M H Doobs
M H Doobs

smh. I didn't know what a double slit experiment but I was expecting her AND her twin sister to be in the video. Or a BFF maybe..

ヶ月 前
Anup Singh
Anup Singh

amazing

ヶ月 前
Robert Burns
Robert Burns

My theory is that when the electrons were not being observed, they were being fired randomly and bounced into other electrons and the the 2 similar charges repelled each other causing them to fly in different directions. Similar to striking a pool ball off center. When the electrons were being observed, the beam was more carefully controlled to make sure this interference would not occur.

ヶ月 前
S C
S C

I'm genuinely surprised when I'm saying this: Grown up people don't know of the double slit expt ? Not even heard of it ? Why? How ?!!!!

ヶ月 前
Taffbanjo
Taffbanjo

Patronising drivel...

ヶ月 前
nick
nick

My theory is that the mass of the particles was light enough that it was influenced by the waves, right? It's the difference of throwing a feather in to the wind vs a brick. The brick goes it's own course, because of the mass, and the feather (electron) follows the course of the wind (wave), because the feather has too light of a mass. By placing an observer they could have accidentally blocked and obstructed the wave (wind) so then the electron (feather) acted like how it would if there was no wave. Like throwing a feather outside of the forces of gravity in OuterSpace, then it would float and travel in a straight line.

ヶ月 前
bojanggals wayne
bojanggals wayne

I want to make a video on Balls React To Double Clits like if you agree..

ヶ月 前
Slick Rock
Slick Rock

MAGA!

ヶ月 前
Souhardya Halder
Souhardya Halder

Wave optics is a very critical chapter....it takes a lot of time to come to a better understanding with the concepts....but still I doubt do I have the right understanding....need to use Feynman technic but noone is around,😭😭😭

ヶ月 前
Souhardya Halder
Souhardya Halder

When you watch physics stuff you feel physics is so cool but when you are given solving problems based on mostly mathematical calculations or to draw a graph everyone be like nahhh physics is boring Physics is difficult I suck at physics..... people are so retarded

ヶ月 前
bgdavenport
bgdavenport

Fairly informative video but, the quick cuts to the reactions of the friends is really disturbing and ruins the flow of the commentary.

ヶ月 前
L6915
L6915

Hey, red t-shirt, bring me my burger fool.

ヶ月 前
The Sundays Music
The Sundays Music

Quantum field theory tells us that all particles are waves of energy in quantum fields. An electron is a vibration(wave) in the electron field. You can only make a measurement(observing its position) on a particle by introducing another quantum field, this destroys the interference pattern in the original quantum field.

ヶ月 前
Christian Scott
Christian Scott

More animation - less dopey humans... The theory is interesting - the people are not..

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Simon
Simon

Presented by Helen Slater!

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manven yad
manven yad

It is God's bureaucracy stopping most of the people from asking questions about why we have to die. Tell me why!

ヶ月 前
Skip Bellon
Skip Bellon

Matter is designed that way. It's designed to do it's function (wave) but also to break down into manageable bits when performing diagnostics. That way the designer can see which particle actually needs alignment. It's for use by the consciousness of The Grand Programmer. Some call him God. But he is actually a dedicated member of Geek Squad using an external dimension drive.

ヶ月 前
Andrew Hillhouse
Andrew Hillhouse

So nothing exists unless it has been observed? This is a simulation? I’m confused!!!

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Snoots
Snoots

This is why I don't trust scientists as a group-- even though science is reliable: they get so wrapped up in their philosophical theories they lose all common sense. The electron is not sentient. It recognizes nothing, decides nothing, is aware of nothing. It is not "the act of observing" that causes a change in quantum state. It is much more sensible to understand that introducing an instrument of observation changes the environment (however minutely), and that change causes the flow of the very tiny electron to change. This could be alternatively stated: "Opening a door across the room gives the electron a chance to escape and so it tries to do so, causing it to form a wave pattern!" Seriously? No, opening the door changes the air flow in the room, which has predictable results. Look yes, there are some very strange things in the universe-- most of which we can't even observe. But some things-- such as the example of this video-- have quite rational explanations (if one bothers to consider the matter rationally rather than crying "The sky is falling! The sky is falling!). As one comedian stated, "Some people are so open minded their brains fall out." Unless of course there are two slits, in which case their brains neither fall out nor remain in place.

ヶ月 前
Andrea Wiggen
Andrea Wiggen

I love that you shared this. I think the bigger picture is what gets us excited about the world around us. Sure the video is a bit misleading, but the thoughtful viewer will inquire. I love using it in class to make students feel like they can start to "get" science by asking exactly these types of questions and starting the conversation.

ヶ月 前
Brooke Reeve
Brooke Reeve

It is my personal belief that the electron and other quantum particles produce a wake as they travel through what is known as the ether. Ether physics is not well known today but Einstein and Tesla were proponents of ether physics. One of the reasons that the double slit experiment produces such results is that photons from cameras and even bio photons( Alexander Gurwitsch) from eyes, when scaled at the quantum level interact and cancel each other's waves. If you are interested in ether physics even though it is not as well accepted today I recommend reading the following Wikipedia article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einstein_aether_theory. It is my belief that in the grand scheme of things that time itself is an energy according to N.A. KOZYREV that in conjunction with space as information forms a continuous inter exchange called a Riemannian phase space similarly to how V.I. Vernadsky organized his phase space theories. Even though the theories I mentioned are esoteric and not exactly mainstream it should be mentioned that some theories and their truths were not mainstream for decades until just the right people got the right endorsements such as Planck endorsing Einstein and on that note may the determinism of the void, infinite, and finite prevail in the end. Please comment below.

ヶ月 前
Avin Vincent
Avin Vincent

de Broglie's DUAL NATURE OF MATTER WAVE

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Sunny Choudhary
Sunny Choudhary

It's a standard experiment in school where Ian from. We had to calculate the wavelength and phase difference.

ヶ月 前
figapow
figapow

I've been hearing/reading  bits about all this since 1992,  and it's nice to get more of the complete story here finally.   But I still can't give a thumbup  because even this otherwise well done video still makes no hint of an answer to what I've  been trying to find out this whole time  -  WHAT IS THE NATURE OF  THESE  SLITS ?   how  were they created?  what kind of material are they cut through and how was that done?   what is the actual size of them?  exactly how does one make these observations?  Are I  the only person in the world that wants to know these things?

ヶ月 前
cpnothingman
cpnothingman

Animation turds

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