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The Probability Wave

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Quantum physics refers to the unusual concept of the probability wave. What this means is that a particle - say for example an electron - when not being measured (located), takes the form of a field or wave of probable locations, some being more probable or likely than others. So from one point of view the electron is a solid little energy particle located in a particular spot. And from another point of view it is an energy field or wave-form of possible locations (the extent of the probability-wave is based on Plank's constant (a very tiny quantity) and defined according to Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle). This is the so-called wave-particle paradox in quantum physics; a particle is also a wave, a wave is also a particle.
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3888x2592px 3.42 MB
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SONY
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DSC-R1
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10/20 second
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F/16.0
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23 mm
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160
Date Taken
Nov 26, 2006, 5:46:30 PM
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maddogsteve's avatar
Wow truly stunning :handshake:
mahomo's avatar
wonderful exposure ;)
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ArtOfTheMysticProfessional Traditional Artist
A quantum leap - so time travel and teleportation should be possible. Let's get started on writing a formula.....
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MichaelMaginProfessional Photographer
:thumbsup:

m. :)
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mnogueir Photographer
So, my computer could just jump in the air.

Luckily, it's not very likely.

+fav
orla17's avatar
beautiful colors and contrasts
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. . .



O.O

This is my favorite photo yet.
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Great color, great concept!
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EllygatorHobbyist General Artist
Amazing evening sky!
madilar's avatar
Great concept and great execution! :clap:
May I ask what the wave/particle/"figure" really is?
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Wow, that is really cool! The shadow's looks so great! Love it =)
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