# wave - particle duality solution by joenahhas

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```									               Wave – particle duality Illusion solution
Joenahhas1958@yahoo.com
By professor Joe Nahhas

It is a particle you dummy

Real time: We can not see or measure something that did not happen.
We can only see or measure something that had happened.
What we measure in not what happened.
We measure in present time an event that happened in past time.
That is we measure past events in present time

Present time = present time
Present time = past time + [present time - past time]
Present time = past time + time delay
Real time physics = event time physics + real time delay physics
Naming Γ as real time and t as event time
Γ = t + (Γ - t) = t [1 + (Γ – t)/t] = t (Γ/t)
Γ=t+ΔΓ
ΔΓ=Γ-t
If an event happens on Planet Mercury and the event is seen from the
Sun at event time t, then this same event would be seen from Earth in
real time as time Γ = t + Δ Γ
Γ = t + (Γ - t)
Real time = Event time + time delays
Γ = t + Δ Γ (x) + ỉ Γ (y) = t + Δ Γ
Δ Γ = Δ Γ (x) + ỉ Γ (y)
Δ Γ (x) is along the line of sight time delays
Δ Γ (y) is perpendicular to the line of sight time delays

Γ = t (Γ/t)
ỉωt                ỉωt
Γ   =   te      ; Γ/t = e      ; ω T = arc tan (v/c)
ίθ
Γ   =   t e ; θ = arc tan (v/c)
Γ   =   t [cosine ω t + ỉ sine ω t]
Γ   =   Γ (x) + ỉ Γ (y) = t cosine ω t + ỉ t sine ω t
ỉωt
And c Γ = c t     e        e ỉ ω t; ω T = arc tan (v/c)
; Γ/t =
ỉωt        ỉωt
Or r = c Γ = c t e     = r0 e      ; ω T = arc tan (v/c)

ỉωt
Real time distance r = r0            e
ỉωt
Real time Γ = t       e         ; ω T = arc tan (v/c)

The distance r0 of a particle when seen or measured in real time it is
seen:
ỉωt
As a wave: r = r0         e

The solution is a particle you dummy and the fact
you see a wave you do not have to be an idiot like
your Harvard MIT or Cal – Tech Nobel Physicist!

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