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SHAPE Special Issue 20
1. Why is there Wave/Particle Duality?
2. Wave/Particle Integration
3. Figure and Ground
4. On Scaling Cul de Sacs
5. Couder’s Experiment
6. A Second Look at Couder
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Welcome to the 20th Special Issue of the SHAPE Journal, which explores my latest investigations into particle physics.
The idea of Wave/Particle Duality is much more complex than the nature of an electron or of a photon, for in its very conception it localises phenomena that are not actually local.
We are always happier with individual entities, carrying with them their unique load of properties, and interacting with one another, due to both these properties and to “prescribed” Laws of Nature. Any holistic mish-mash of an alternative, with things being changed, or even determined, by their vast range of possible contexts and contributions, confuses us, and is widely condemned as unsolvable obscurantism. So, in spite of evidence to the contrary, we stick-like-glue to our naming, defining and studying of particular entities, and their properties and relations.
But, what if Empty Space were not actually empty at all?