I will discuss one last person .... Stephen Hawkings.

Lots of people thought he was a genius only he also made the mistake of taking a spaced based argument back here to earth.

It is a classic argument around black holes it has a name the information paradox.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_hole_information_paradox

He lost the argument with Quantum Mechanics scientists as well and conceded he was wrong in 1997.

=>When announcing his result, Hawking also conceded the 1997 bet, paying Preskill with a baseball encyclopedia "from which information can be retrieved at will."

So to layman like yourself he is still a genius to me and many Quantum physicists he is just a funny little man in a wheelchair wrong like all the others before him.

THE LESSON HERE IS BE VERY CAREFUL BRINGING ARGUEMENTS FROM SPACE WHICH YOU CAN'T TEST AND INSIST THEY ARE RIGHT AGAINST THINGS THAT CAN BE TESTED HERE ON EARTH.

Science took on Einstein, it took on Stephen Hawkings do you really think it cares about the stupidity of Maciej Marosz.

The answer is clear you were all wrong!!!! ... science only cares what is right not who promotes it.

To his credit Stephen Hawkings worked out he was wrong, Einstein never made the realization and wasted the last 30 years of his life ... which group will Maciej Marosz be in?

And you answer to the double slit experiment above:
http://phys.org/news/2011-06-quantum-physics-photons-two-slit-interferometer.html

=> With this new experiment, the researchers have succeeded for the first time in experimentally reconstructing full trajectories which provide a description of how light particles move through the two slits and form an interference pattern.


That work won most of the science awards for 2011
http://mag.digitalpc.co.uk/Olive/ODE/physicsworld/LandingPage/LandingPage.aspx?

=>The 2011 Physics World Breakthrough of the Year has been awarded to Aephraim Steinberg and colleagues from the University of Toronto in Canada, who have, for the first time, tracked the average paths of single photons passing through a Young’s double-slit experiment. It was previously thought that individual photons cannot be tracked as they travel through the slits to create an interference pattern. However, Steinberg and colleagues used an emerging technique called “weak measurement” to know which way the photons went (Science 332 1170).

I did warn you there are thousands of experiments science have done with light smile

Surely it has to have sunk in that science knows a hell of a lot more about light than Maciej Marosz is ever going to know.


Edited by Orac (11/05/13 12:00 PM)
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