Hello, thank you ahead of time to anyone who reads and comments. I love these boards, but I have never posted before.
I read this on wikipedia:
“Returning again to electrons, when electrons are fired one at a time through a double-slit apparatus they do not cluster around two single points directly on lines between the emitter and the two slits, but instead one by one they fill in the same old interference pattern with which we have now become quite familiar.”
The electrons fired in this experiment travel at the speed of light correct?
Isn’t it correct that anything traveling the speed of light does not experience time?
We experience time, so the electrons appear to us to be firing one at a time.
What if electrons fired one at a “time” do not experience time; therefore they behave as if fired all at once?
Please, be gentle