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'Exploring the Double Slit Experiment' tries to make sense of the paradoxical results this experiment shows. Is it possible to find an interpretation that can make sense?

Part 1 Looks for conclusions that might be considered as a ranging shot on the problem, but they are logical and probably not too far off target. They don't try to contradict any known facts, or invent any radical new theory, but simply are an attempt to analyse the evidence to find a rational perspective that might eliminate paradoxes, and to suggest that might be possible without the complications of retrocausality or invoking the many-worlds theory.

Part 2 Explores if the conclusions might point to potential solutions to other anomalies such as the galaxy rotation curve or dark matter. These ideas are purely speculative, but to date so too is dark matter.