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Lets meet in Pacifica for Unquantum Demonstrations

A Cafe in Pacifica gave me permission to hold demonstration-meetings Monday nights. I plan to demonstrate how the photon model fails and how the particle atom is really not always a particle, in violation of the Born probability rule. If you think I am making an error of some kind I invite you to challenge me. I did these experiments perhaps 40 different ways in the past 10 years to test its general validity. Please visit www.unquantum.net.
The photon model and the Born probability rule asserts that a singly emitted hv of energy should be absorbed at only one place, unless it is downconverted. The detector pulses I read are full, characteristic of the 88 KeV gamma emitted from spontaneous decay from Cd-109. So there is no downconversion and the effect is two-for-one, defying chance. My best experiment made beam-split coincident detection events 900 times chance. Chance is easily calculated from the singles rates and time window. Cosmic-ray coincident pulses are easily subtracted.
Thank you.

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