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Eric R.


Pacifica, CA

Member since:

June 8, 2011


Who are you?

Inventor of Photon Violation Spectroscopy, Particle Violation Spectroscopy, Book with flexible slanted spine, Versatile connector, more. Please see my website

Research Interests:

Gamma-ray physics. Alpha-ray physics. History of quantum mechanics.


Independent researcher, developed experiments that violate predictions of quantum mechanics. I would like to show my physics discoveries at a meetup.

What Eric R. is saying about this Meetup Group

I am ready to demonstrate two experiments that violate quantum mechanics. A photon should go one way or another at a beam-splitter, but when I do it with gamma-rays, my beam-split coincidence experiment shows it goes both ways at once. So there are no photons. I also can demonstrate a similar experiment with alpha-rays. It splits the atom like a wave. These experiments are the only ones I know of that defy strong predictions of quantum mechanics. I explain it with the long abandoned loading theory. See details at

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