:bawl: Hello Grantywanty; I assume you're referring to the double-slit experiment, in which one photon of light appears to be in two places at once; right? And you're saying one of two things: one is very wacky; and one is not very wacky! (1) The Very Absurd One: the people of the Double Slit have committed logical contradiction; therefore, the contradictory God of the people of religion must exist! This kind of argument is absurd because it's like an argument by a defense attorney to set his client free only because the client of his colleague has been charged with the same kind of crime! (2) The Less Absurd One: the Double-Slit Folks have proven contradictory entities can exist; therefore, the contradictory God of the Religion Folks can exist as well. Is this your argument? Let's see! They can't possibly prove contradictory entities do exist, because it's absolutely impossible for contradictory entities to exist. Furthermore, any violation of the law of contradiction must turn around and bite them. Let's assume, for a moment, that the logical law of contradiction is not correct. Well, in this case, the experiment must be invalid, because experimental methods are based upon the validity of the law of contradiction; but the law of contradiction is not correct! Why should anyone, under these circumstances, believe in the uniqueness and the validity of their finding? There is no good reason for such a belief at all. Every thing goes; and that is it. And so, they have to modify their working hypothesis or their photon concept or both. They have no choice in this. They must fix their problem & fix it now; or they shall be inherited by 'empty-headed' Buddhists. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!