Numbers in double slit experiment.
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Numbers and proportion in the double slit experiment.

Friends, as I am in a time of criticism of quantum mechanics, well I put another discussion, in this case referring to the double slit experiment.
It is simply numerically adjusting the aspect ratio (approximation) between the particles and their supposed accompanying waves.
Looking at the electron for example, if it has a diameter of 10^-16 m., we see that its wave on the screen would be approximately one meter.
That is, its wave would be 10^16 times greater than the particle, and in a comparison in the drawing we have assumed that the electron is a pea seed, and that its wave could be 10 times the dimension of the solar system.
That is, a theory of accompanying waves whose dimension is of 10^16 or more of the measure of the particles, and that also developed in a vacuum, that wave must have or be composed of a substance that also works in a vacuum.
And it is also necessary to explain what kind of wave or oscillation that substance develops.
Well, in real physics we cannot abstract ourselves (inventing an imaginary wave) and continue to start from our imagination creating some physics, also imaginary.
You have to explain the consistency of the physical elements, and therefore explain what the waves that circulate through a vacuum are made of in the first place, and that they become 10^16 larger than the particles.
Now, if we want to work only within our brain and our imagination, well we can do it, but we will not be doing physics, but simply mental "games of thrones".

In this case I would like to make an observation (sorry for making another one) about the demonstration of the double slit experiment to justify particles as waves, and therefore the foundation of quantum mechanics.
If we consider that the electron wave can be extended to the entire reference frame of the experiment, then a fairly simple question arises:
But which electrons are waves, only the ones that interest us for the experiment, or are all the electrons in the reference frame waves?
If the electrons are waves, and they reach the entire reference frame of the experiment such as the screen, wall, etc., the components of the screen, grid, intermediate air, etc. are also electrons (and waves).
If all of these electrons are waves as well (remember that they are also moving), then all of these waves are full and run through the entire device of the experiment, interacting and collapsing to emission waves.
And this is demonstrable in any similar experiment, such as,
- If in a large room we have hundreds of light bulbs that fill the entire room with light, now we turn on another bulb, the latter will not make any change in intensity nor will it have a clear interference with the others, nor with itself.
- If we have 50 speakers in the same room, and we put one more later, the latter will have no chance of being appreciated and measuring its interference.
But we can decide that the electrons inside the atoms are not waves, but the outside ones.
But no, we cannot do it because if they are not waves inside the atoms, then the wave function, study of the possibilities of their situation, etc., that is, the laws of quantum mechanics, would not be applicable there inside atoms.