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=>Wheeler's delayed choice experiment is a thought experiment in quantum physics proposed by John Archibald Wheeler in 1978.[1] The results Wheeler predicted have since been confirmed by actual experiment

Wheeler's experiment is a variation on the famous double-slit experiment. In Wheeler's version, the method of detection used in the experiment can be changed after a photon passes the double slit, so as to delay the choice of whether to detect the path of the particle, or detect its interference with itself.

I can change the result of your experiment later in time.

Get it the result of the experiment can be changed long after the photon passes through the slit.

There is no easy way to explain this all to you I am afraid ... it's called Quantum Mechanics.

It doesn't work anything like what you think so your question is sort of stupid.

Edited by Orac (11/05/13 12:33 PM)
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